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Marlon Williams Adds Six Dates To His 'Tūrangawaewae' NZ Tour

Marlon Williams Adds Six Dates To His 'Tūrangawaewae' NZ Tour

Friday 7th December, 2018 9:07AM

Lyttelton songwriting superstar Marlon Williams is wrapping up an amazing year and charging into the future with his hotly anticipated upcoming 'Tūrangawaewae' tour of Aotearoa (meaning "places where we feel especially empowered and connected"), and has just announced six extra dates for the run of shows happening this February and March. Along with his forthcoming performance with the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra at Auckland's Villa Maria Winery, the South Island heartthrob and 2018 APRA Silver Scroll winner and band will be bringing his swoony hits to venues from Invercargill to Auckland and back again. Here's the updated details...

Undertheradar and Eccles Entertainment present...

Marlon Williams - The Tūrangawaewae Tour With Don McGlashan and band + Emily Fairlight

Thursday 7th February - Regent Greymouth, NZ (all ages, no Don McGalshan) - NEW SHOW
Friday 8th February - Neudorf Winery, Upper Moutere, Nelson (all ages)
Sunday 10th February - Regent Theatre, Dunedin (all ages)
Saturday 16th February - Villa Maria Winery, Auckland (all ages, w/ Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra)*
Monday 18th February - Opera House, Whanganui (all ages, no Don McGlashan) - NEW SHOW
Tuesday 19th February - TSB Theatre, New Plymouth (all ages, no Don McGlashan) - NEW SHOW
Wednesday 20th February - War Memorial Theatre, Gisborne (all ages - no Don McGlashan) - NEW SHOW Saturday 23rd February - Blackbarn Vineyards, Havelock North (all ages)
Sunday 24 February - Luna Estate, Martinborough (all ages)
Wednesday 27th February - Memorial Centre, Queenstown (all ages, no Don McGlashan) - NEW SHOW
Thursday 28th February - Civic Theatre, Invercargill (all ages, no Don McGlashan) - NEW SHOW
Sunday 3rd March - Town Hall, Christchurch (all ages)

Tickets for all new shows on sale from 12.00pm, Monday 10th December

Watch the new video for his song 'Beautiful Dress' from Make Way For Love, directed by Charlotte Evans...


Press release:

In true kiwi summer tour tradition Marlon Williams will now take The Tūrangawaewae Tour to a further six markets this February making it a total of 12 shows - Marlon’s most comprehensive New Zealand tour ever!

Performing songs from his #1 NZ album Make Way For Love and more, Marlon will play alongside his band (Dave Khan, Ben Woolley, Gus Agars and Dan Luscombe) in Auckland’s Villa Maria Winery (with The APO), Upper Moutere’s Neudorf Vineyard , Havelock North’s Black Barn Vineyards, Martinborough’s Luna Estate, Dunedin’s Regent Theatre and in Christchurch at the newly reopened Christchurch Town Hall.

And now additional shows have just been announced in Greymouth’s Regent Theatre, Whanganui’s Opera House, New Plymouth’s TSB Theatre, Gisborne’s War Memorial Theatre, Queenstown’s Memorial Centre and lastly Invercargill’s Civic Theatre. This will be Marlon’s first ever appearance in some of these regions.

For one very special show in Auckland only Marlon and his band will play alongside the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra at Villa Maria Winery. The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra is New Zealand’s full-time professional Metropolitan orchestra. Renowned for its innovation, passion and versatility, the APO has collaborated with some of New Zealand’s most inventive artists and this partnership with Marlon and his moving catalogue of songs will be something to be treasured.

Joining Marlon for all winery shows and Christchurch and Dunedin is Don McGlashan. Don is hands down one of New Zealand’s best known and highly regarded song writers. Having played in groups such as Blam Blam Blam, The Front Lawn, From Scratch, The Bellbirds, The Plague and the Mutton Birds, Don has long been a fixture in kiwi music royalty. Over his impressive career he’s penned APRA Silver Scroll winning songs Anchor Me, Bathe In The River and other favourites like their rendition of Nature, Dominion Road and The Heater to name a few. Don continues to tour internationally however these will be his first shows of 2019.

Handpicked by Marlon himself and widely considered one of New Zealand’s most exciting songwriting talents, Emily Fairlight has been composing and performing here and internationally for the last decade. Her sound has been compared to the likes of PJ Harvey and Cat Power with her voice that ranges from intimate whispers to strong wails. Emily has a talent for delivering beautiful and honest lyrics peppered with heartfelt melodies. Her latest album Mother Of Gloom was released this year to critical acclaim. Emily will perform at every show on The Tūrangawaewae Tour!

2018 APRA Silver Scroll recipient for his song Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore, Marlon Williams is in the midst of possibly the most career making year of his life! An album tour which has taken him around the globe for the majority of this year playing festivals and selling out headline tours, an acting part in Bradley Cooper’s Hollywood film directorial debut A Star Is Born, FOUR nominations at this year’s Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards and now three wins, it’s time for this long-awaited homecoming.

Marlon has also just released this gorgeous new video for his song Beautiful Dress from Make Way For Love. Marlon says of the song “Nothing is so heartbreaking as nothing. When I think about the people I love preparing a meal in their homes, doing the dishes, carrying out the bare minimum actions of survival, it makes me want to cry. This is an exploration of the mundane. It’s not even an exploration. It’s just someone hanging out. It’s nothing.”

The Tūrangawaewae Tour featuring Marlon Williams and band, Don McGlashan and Emily Fairlight plus The APO in Auckland only kick off next February! These shows are sure to mark the start of another huge year for Marlon Williams. Don’t miss your chance to see him at home in New Zealand this summer. These incredible shows will sell out!

Links
marlonwilliams.co.nz/

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