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Lydia Cole - Aotearoa Tour

When
Tue Mar 5th, 2019
Where
Meow,
Wellington

Doors open
8:00pm
Gig starts
8:15pm
Entry
R18
Cover charge*
$25
*Guide only - booking fees may apply
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Lydia Cole has been living in Berlin since the release of her album The Lay of the Land in 2017. In this time she has performed in 9 countries throughout Europe and the UK, where audiences have received her with great warmth.

In these new environments I've become reacquainted with that feeling of complete vulnerability, both on and off stage. she reflects.
On stage her new bandmate Timothy Armstrong gently adds harmony, rhythm and texture.

February and March will see the two-time Silver Scroll finalist home again, basking briefly in the familiar, sharing new songs and fresh takes on old ones.

Support: Mimi Gilbert

Tickets to this show are available at www.lydiacole.com

Tour dates:
Feb 16: Folk, Tauranga
Feb 21: Nivara Lounge, Hamilton
Feb 23: Lyttelton Records, Christchurch
Feb 27: Grainstore Gallery, Oamaru
Mar 5: Meow, Wellington
Mar 9: Kumeu Live, Auckland

Authenticity is a good thing for Lydia Cole. That's why the loveable New Zealand singer/songwriter has always had her heart on her tongue. Where other similarly inspired artists hide behind metaphors and their faults, Cole is not afraid to expose her soul and shines with restraint and sincerity on record and stage.”
- Carsten Wohlfeld, www.gaesteliste.de

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Tags
acoustic/solo, alternative, country/folk, pop, Lydia Cole, Mimi Gilbert

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