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Nadia Reid Announces National Tour For July

Nadia Reid Announces National Tour For July

Photo credit: Sinead Jenkins / Wednesday 15th May, 2019 1:47PM

Port Chalmers songwriting superstar Nadia Reid has announced a six date tour of Aotearoa, giving local audiences a last chance to see the artist play live with her band before moving abroad to the UK. Reid has garnered international acclaim for her Taite Music Prize-nominated sophomore album Preservation, played a raft of international festivals, including Green Man and End of the Road, and even appeared on prestigious BBC music show Later...with Jools Holland. Catch Reid on local stages while you can, with support from Motte (Anita Clark) at the shows below...

Nadia Reid w/ Motte
Thursday 18th July - San Fran, Wellington
Friday 19th July - Nivara Lounge, Hamilton
Saturday 20th July - Sawmill Cafe, Leigh
Thursday 25th July - Orokonui Ecosanctuary, Dunedin
Friday 26th July - Sherwood, Queenstown
Saturday 27th July - The Manor, Oamaru

Check out Nadia Reid playing ‘High and Lonely’ at RNZ...

Experience the title track from Preservation

Enjoy Reid's 2017 performance on Later...with Jools Holland...

Press release:

New Zealand-born, soon to be UK-based, Nadia Reid has attained global success off the back of her first two albums: Listen To Formation, Look For The Signs (2015) and Preservation (2017). Her prolific writing and touring have seen her present at some of the worlds most respected music platforms namely WOMAD (NZ), Green Man Festival (UK), End Of The Road Festival (UK) and a television appearance on BBC's 'Later...with Jools Holland'. Nadia was awarded #2 in Mojo Magazine for Album of the Year (for Preservation) and in New Zealand, she was a finalist for both the APRA Silver Scroll Awards (2017) and the Taite Music Prize (2016 & 2018).

With sell-out shows in Auckland, London, Melbourne and her home town of Port Chalmers, Dunedin, and, record three under her belt, it is clear that Nadia Reid is a rising star not to be missed. See Nadia & her band in a town near you. Nadia will be joined by Motte (Anita Clark) in Australia & New Zealand.


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