UPDATE 3 Feb 2022: TE AHUREI TOI O TĀMAKI / AUCKLAND ARTS FESTIVAL regrets to announce that due to New Zealand moving to RED under the COVID-19 Protection Framework, BROODS has been cancelled.
Ticketholders who purchased using a credit card will be refunded automatically. Please check your email for information on receiving a refund if cash or EFTPOS was used. The current list of show updates can be found here and AAF’s COVID-19 Ticketing Terms & Conditions here.
If you are in a position to consider donating your ticket refund, or a portion of it, to support future AAF commissioning and presentation of New Zealand artists’ work, AAF would be extremely grateful. Please find more information here.
Building on 2019’s acclaimed Don’t Feed the Pop Monster with new layers of emotional clarity and pop atmospherics, the beloved duo’s fourth studio album, Space Island, continues their beautiful pursuit of authentic, euphoric pop music.
Taking both Aotearoa New Zealand and the world by storm following their 2014 breakthrough single ‘Bridges’, with festivals like Coachella and Lollapalooza, and shared stages with artists like Ellie Goulding, Haim, and CHVRCHES under their belts, Nelson-raised, Los Angeles-based siblings Georgia and Caleb Nott return home this summer better and brighter than ever, with heady, intoxicating new music to share with Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland.
Acclaimed Auckland-based dream pop up-and-comers Phoebe Rings open for BROODS with lush, atmospheric songs from their 2021 self-titled debut EP.
Welcome back to Auckland Live, where our venues are open for Covid-19 Protection Framework compliant events. All visitors must show a valid My Vaccine Pass, sign in and wear a face covering when required. Click here for our Covid-19 FAQs and information on how we are keeping our people, visitors, and venues safe.