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Troy Kingi with Delaney Davidson 'Black Sea Golden Ladder' Tour - New Dates Announced

Troy Kingi with Delaney Davidson 'Black Sea Golden Ladder' Tour - New Dates Announced

Chris Cudby / Tuesday 7th December, 2021 11:23AM

There's been something of a tsunami of show announcements over the past few days, as we move into Aotearoa's happily less restricted traffic light era. Leading the charge is Taite Music Prize winner Troy Kingi (Te Arawa, Ngāpuhi, Te Whānau-ā-Apanui), who has today announced a brand new set of dates for his necessarily rescheduled Black Sea Golden Ladder tour with Delaney Davidson, touring their folk-infused collaborative record which originally launched in June (along with an anthology-like visual album) before Delta hit locally. A brief rundown of what Kingi has been up to this year could send less prolific artists (ie. pretty much everyone) running to the hills. His 2021 releases include the collaborative soundtrack (as P. Smith) for drama series The Panthers with Diggy Dupé and choicevaughan, a single from a forthcoming long player with The Nudge, a new te reo Māori version of his classic 'Aztechknowledgey' for Waiata Anthems week, and he scooped up a finalist spot for the Silver Scroll Award. Tour mate Davidson has a second record with The Warratahs frontman Barry Saunders due out soon, don't miss both incomparable artists singing songs from Black Sea Golden Ladder at the new dates below...

Troy Kingi with Delaney Davidson - Black Sea Golden Ladder Tour 2022

Friday 25th March - James Hay Theatre, Christchurch
Friday 1st April - Glenroy Auditorium, Dunedin
Sunday 3rd April - Theatre Royal, Nelson Friday 22nd April 2022 - Opera House, Wellington
Sunday 24th April - Town Hall, Auckland

Tickets and more info available via
All tickets previously purchased from authorised outlets remain valid for the rescheduled shows without the need for exchange

Experience Black Sea Golden Ladder – The Visual Album...


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