Dunedin date for Crowded House on NZ tour

Neil Finn performs with Crowded House in Sydney in 2016. Photo: Getty
Neil Finn performs with Crowded House in Sydney in 2016. Photo: Getty
Beloved band Crowded House will play in Dunedin next year as part of a New Zealand tour announced today.

The band behind such hits as Don't Dream It's Over, Better Be Home Soon and Weather With You will play to southern fans at Dunedin's Town Hall and Queenstown's Gibbston Valley during their 10-stop March tour.

Promoter Live Nation said the band had also released their first new music in more than a decade with the single “Whatever You Want”. 

The tour and new music feature founding members Neil Finn and Nick Seymour along with producer and keyboardist Mitchell Froom, guitarist and singer Liam Finn and drummer Elroy Finn.

Founding member Neil Finn said they were thrilled to be touring the country.

"The shows will be a joyous occasion for us, with all the songs from our history that still resonate, some new music to unveil and our home crowds to share all that with…feeling truly blessed." 

Tour dates are:

Hamilton, Claudelands Arena, Thursday, March 4

Napier, Church Road Winery, Saturday, March 6

Nelson Trafalgar Centre Monday, March 8 

Christchurch, Christchurch Arena, Wednesday, March 10

Dunedin, Town Hall, Thursday, March 11

Queenstown, Gibbston Valley, Saturday, March 13

Wellington, TSB Bank Arena, Monday, March 15

Palmerston North, Regent Theatre, Wednesday, March 17

Auckland, Spark Arena, Friday, March 19

New Plymouth, Bowl of Brooklands, Saturday, March 20

Pre-sales from 11am Wednesday, November 4 until 11am Thursday November 5



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