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MØ Announces Debut New Zealand Headline Show

MØ Announces Debut New Zealand Headline Show

Wednesday 13th February, 2019 1:23PM

Danish alt-pop star has announced that she will be returning to Aotearoa in April for a one-off show at Auckland’s Shed 10. The artist was last on our shores opening for Aussie pop queen Sia, performing alongside Britain’s Charli XCX in 2017. Since then she’s released a fresh, feature-heavy and futuristic collection of tunes titled Forever Neverland. Joining her on the bill will be San Francisco-based hip hop maestro DUCKWRTH, who recently contributed music to the blockbuster film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Details are below...

Tuesday 23rd April - Shed 10, Auckland
Tickets on sale from 11.00am, Monday 18th February

Check out MØ's collaboration with Foster The People, 'Blur'...

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Press Release:

Known to her friends as Karen Marie Ørsted, MØ has built an audience as a featured vocalist on tracks by the likes of Snakehips, Cashmere Cat, SOPHIE, Noah Cyrus, Justin Bieber (the mega-hit Cold Water) and of course Diplo (their collaboration, Major Lazer’s Lean On just ticked over 1 billion streams on Spotify alone). Last seen in these parts hanging out with fellow superstar Sia, MØ’s first solo show in Auckland will see her at the peak of some considerable powers.

Sharing the stage with MØ at these dates will be multi-talented rap, hip-hop, soul, funk master DUCKWRTH. Rising to prominence in 2017 when his killer track MICHUUL began lighting up triple j airwaves, this LA-born, San Fran-based chameleon has made a name for himself as a positive force in music, art and even clothing design. Most recently popping up on the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse soundtrack with his tune ‘Start A Riot’, DUCKWRTH will provide the perfect foil to MØ’s musical kaleidoscopes.


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