It's been a huge week in international concert announcements, with some of the world's biggest acts bringing their shows to Auckland over the coming months. Music fans, get ready for Spark Arena to be your second home with this lineup.

3 & 4 November 2017

Following his phenomenally successful Boy Meets World tour across Europe, Grammy-Award winning and platinum-selling recording artist Drake is New Zealand-bound in November. Since debuting in the Billboard Hot 100 on May 23, 2009, he has never not been in the Hot 100 chart.

Roger Waters
24 January 2018

Rock icon Roger Waters, the creative visionary behind Pink Floyd, is set to give fans the ultimate concert experience with his critically acclaimed Us + Them tour. The tour has garnered rave reviews – hailing as a triumph the “eye-popping” production and the “spectacular” set-list drawn from classics in the Floyd canon and from Waters’ solo work.

St Jerome's Laneway Festival
29 January

The freshly announced Laneway Festival lineup is packed with international and local delights. The leafy Albert Park festival boasts performances by The War on Drugs, Billie Eilish, Aldous Harding, BAYNK and The Internet on top of the already-announced Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals and Mac DeMarco. 

Robbie Williams
14 February 2018

Global pop phenomenon Robbie Williams descends on NZ in February 2018 with his mammoth Heavy Entertainment Show World Tour. Opening to rave reviews across Europe, The Heavy Entertainment Show New Zealand Tour will see Williams perform a glittering hit-laden set spanning his entire career, along with a couple of surprising covers thrown in for good measure. 

James Blunt
6 March 2018

British singer-songwriter James Blunt brings his The Afterlove Tour down under in March 2018. Blunt first captured the world’s attention in 2005 with his multi-platinum debut Back To Bedlam, featuring its history-making number one classic single ‘You’re Beautiful’. Since then, the British tunesmith has become one of the most popular singer-songwriters of the modern era.

Niall Horan
1 June 2018

Global superstar and ex-One Directioner Niall Horan brings his Flicker World Tour 2018 to Auckland in June. On his first solo Arena tour, he will perform smash hits ‘Slow Hands’ and ‘This Town’, plus tracks off his forthcoming debut album, to thousands of adoring fans.

Last updated: 23 November 2018