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Marlon Williams Announces Second Auckland Show For Nationwide Tour

Marlon Williams Announces Second Auckland Show For Nationwide Tour

Monday 19th March, 2018 9:12AM

Marlon Williams' sophomore album Make Way For Love has taken off like a shot, debuting at number one on the New Zealand album charts and garnering significant acclaim for the Lyttelton songsmith's immaculately crafted tunes. With audiences ravenous to experience Williams in the flesh and tickets for his upcoming nationwide tour this May flying out the door, the artist has announced a second, fully seated show at the Auckland Town Hall and shifted his Dunedin show from Glenroy Auditorium to the larger capacity Dunedin Town Hall, to ensure everyone gets a chance to experience the rapidly rising star's songs first-hand. Read our candid interview with Williams about his new album HERE and check out the updated tour details below... 

Marlon Williams

Saturday 19th May — Wellington, Hunter Lounge (sold out)
Sunday 20th May – Wellington, Hunter Lounge
Monday 21st May - Christchurch, The Foundry (UPDATE: new show added)

Tuesday 22nd May — Dunedin, Dunedin Town Hall
Wednesday 23rd May — Christchurch, Foundry
Friday 25th May — Auckland, Auckland Town Hall (sold out)
Saturday 26th May — Auckland, Auckland Town Hall (fully seated)*

Presales available from Tuesday 20th March, 12.00pm*

Here's the clip for Wiliams' recent single with Aldous Harding 'Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore' from Make Way For Love, which tackles the theme of trying to please everyone...

Press release:

On the back of his latest record ‘Make Way For Love’ debuting at the number one spot in New Zealand, it is clear that New Zealand cannot get enough of Marlon Williams.

Today, it is with great delight that Marlon announces a second and fully seated Auckland Town Hall show and, an upgrade of the Dunedin venue from Glenroy Auditorium to The Dunedin Town Hall this May.

Released just last month, Marlon’s sophomore album Make Way For Love has been receiving high praise from both fans and critics alike.

Currently in the midst of a mammoth international tour, these will be the first New Zealand audiences to hear Make Way For Love live and all shows are selling fast. Don’t miss Marlon Williams with full band live and Julia Deans as support this May across New Zealand.


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Sat 19th May
The Hunter Lounge, Wellington
Tue 22nd May
Glenroy Auditorium, Dunedin
Wed 23rd May
The Foundry, Christchurch
Fri 25th May
Auckland Town Hall, Auckland
Sat 26th May
Auckland Town Hall, Auckland

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