Concert of the summer is coming to Whitianga
Summer Concert Tour 2018 Double Pass: Sunday 28 January Wh
Three great acts, an amazing venue and a day’s entertainment that will leave you amped for the rest of 2018!
We’re offering up the chance for you to win one of two double passes to join in the fun at Whitianga and celebrate summer at one of the most anticipated events on the entertainment calendar. Queenstown and Taupo sold out in a heartbeat and Whitianga has just sold out!
Rock to George Thorogood (pictured) and The Destroyers, as they belt out such great hits as Who Do You Love, I Drink Alone, One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer, Move It On Over, Get A Haircut and the ultimate rock anthem, Bad To The Bone.
Alanis Morissette’s inimitable sound will have you grooving away to such great hits as You Oughta Know, Hand In My Pocket, Ironic, Hands Clean and Thank You and any number of other great hits and fan favourites.
Fans and the curious have been fizzing since it was announced Alanis was to make her first appearance here since 1998.
Best known in NZ as the lead singer from Men At Work, Colin Hay was the man who famously rhymed language with Vegemite sandwich on the hit song Down Under, back in 1983.
That song topped the charts not only in Australia and NZ but also in the USA, the UK and many other countries around the world. Other great singles followed such as Who Can It Be Now and Be Good Johnny. Moving forward Hay has long since established himself as an acclaimed solo artist. Hay comes to the Summer Concert Tour 2018 having shared the stage with the likes of Milk Carton Kids, Kings of Leon and Ringo Starr’s All Starr Band and being publicly cited as an influence by artists as distinct as James Hetfield of Metallica, Jeremiah Fraites of The Lumineers and Troy Sanders of Mastodon. Armed with a new album — Fierce Mercy — this influential and celebrated front man is champing at the bit to kick off proceedings.
The Summer Concert Tour 2018 will indeed be THE concert of the summer. Be there!
Tickets: SORRY, SOLD OUT.