Grab your tickets to the hottest acts Auckland has to offer
Published: Friday 16 June, 2023
It may be winter, but our venues are heating up with some of the hottest gigs! This July, get amongst Elemental Nights, the hottest winter festival in the heart of the city, because Tove Lo, Bic Runga and Loyle Carner are set to grace the stage of the Auckland Town Hall, or if you’re more of a morning person, grab a dose of caffeine and hit one of the best morning raves out. Plus, the Bruce Mason Centre is poppin’ off with plenty of shows that will have you belting bangers from the 60s, 70s and 80s.
1. Tove Lo
Brought to you by Elemental Nights, the Sweden-born LA based singer, songwriter and artist Tove Lo is bringing a one-night-only show to Auckland Town Hall. Famous for the songs you know such as: 'Love Me Like You Do' from Fifty Shades of Grey, 'Talking Body', 'Habits' and 'Say It' (with Flume). Don’t miss this show, grab your tickets now.
2. Circa’s Peepshow (Club Remix)
The awe-inspiring acrobatic cabaret show with a twist, a live DJ! An hour of big beats, playful acts and thrilling acrobatics, Circa’s Peepshow (Club Remix) is not to be missed. This seductive circus thrill-ride, flashes of cheeky cabaret, grinding nightclub and raw humanity explode into view before disappearing into darkness. Get your premium tickets here.
3. Loyle Carner
The UK’s most distinctive voice is also doing a one-off show here in Auckland as part of Elemental Nights. Since his first musical statement on 2014’s A Little Late EP, Loyle Carner has captured the imagination of the world with endless sincerity and unabashed openness. Get your tickets here.
Morning People are taking over the Auckland Town Hall for a one-off party of epic proportions with Witters + MC Crafty and Beccie B. Expect house, drum and bass, and one of the best dance floors in the city, all served up with a side of complementary Altezano Brothers coffee. Don’t snooze on getting your tickets.
With a mission to release 10 albums in 10 years, Troy Kingi is cruising the remit of musical genres in his bid to do so singing: pop, funk, disco, rock, and everything in between. Come and celebrate Matariki with one of Aotearoa’s most popular artists. You can find tickets here.
6. Dance through the Decades
Enjoy the classic hits of Wham! in a George Michael tribute show, the Credence Clearwater Collective is not to be missed in this revival show, Christine McVie is back for another performance of Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours album, and to round it off, a show that details the story of Simon and Garfunkel.