Indie-rock outfit and festival favourites Mako Road have announced a run of headline dates across New Zealand for November 2020, bringing their hazy summer psych, pop & groove infused tunes to play some of their biggest shows yet at Wellington’s Meow, Christchurch’s James Hay Theatre and Auckland’s Powerstation.
The band will be joined by local heroes There’s A Tuesday in Wellington, with Dolphin Friendly joining them in Christchurch and Auckland.
Tickets for Wellington and Auckland shows go on sale at 12pm Friday, July 3.
Wellington & Auckland shows - My Live Nation members can secure tickets first during the exclusive pre-sale beginning 12pm Thursday, July 2 until 11am Friday, July 3.
Tickets for Christchurch go on sale at 12pm Tuesday, July 7.
Christchurch show - My Live Nation members can secure tickets first during the exclusive pre-sale beginning 12pm Monday, July 6 until 11am Tuesday, July 7.
For complete tour and ticket information, visit: livenation.co.nz.
Mako Road have been tearing up the New Zealand music scene since their inception in 2017. Formed in Christchurch, New Zealand, the Wellington based group have amassed over 20 million streams online with their debut garage recordings. They have sold-out tours around New Zealand and Australia, played New Zealand’s biggest festivals, and supported acts such as Ziggy Alberts, Shapeshifter and Leisure. Their cruisy records translate into an electric live set that has wowed summer crowds over the 19/20 festive season.
The band’s release of their debut full album is due in October this year.
Start planning those summer nights out, with the dreamy, sunny soundscapes of Mako Road – one of New Zealand’s hardest working bands.