Kiwi rockers Blindspott proudly announce - BLINDSPOTT, The Tour!
Blindspott will be performing their Iconic, debut multi platinum album 'Blindspott' in its entirety!
Last year they sent New Zealanders into a frenzy when The Rock announced that the multi-platinum selling band was getting back together, with a long awaited reunion tour of sold out shows across the country.
Now due to popular demand, and with an itch that needed to be scratched, Blindspott are back once again with a whole other beast! The boys will be revisiting the album that touched so many kiwi's lives and instantly made it a classic! Presented by The Rock, this massive tour spans from North to South, kicking off in Kerikeri March 6th and ending with a bang in Invercargill on April 11th.
Blindspott infamously split in 2007, after 10 years together in which they garnered much critical acclaim, a hugely devoted fan-base as well as enduring a few well-publicised fall-outs.
Their first two albums - 2003’s self-titled BLINDSPOTT and 2006’s END THE SILENCE topped the charts and established the band as one of the most respected and revered rock bands in Kiwi music history. Their hits, such as ‘Nil By Mouth’, ‘Room To Breathe’, ‘Phlex’ are still blasted on rock radio to this day, with this year’s The Rock 1500 boasting no less than 9 songs from Blindspott.
Fans had expected their show for The Rock 1500 would be one-off, but such was the overwhelming reaction to their reunion tour, Damian Alexander (vocals), Marcus Powell (guitar, backing vocals), and Shelton Woolright (drums) are taking to the road once again.
Don’t miss this one off opportunity to witness one of our greatest rock bands performing live, one of NZ’s greatest rock albums!
This is an R18 Licensed Event You must be 18 years or older to enter this licensed event, as long as you can provide acceptable proof of age identification such as a current driver licence, Hospitality New Zealand (HANZ) 18+ card or passport. If you are under 18 years old and with or without a parent or legal guardian you cannot enter this event.
New York has the Apollo Theatre, London has Brixton Academy, and Auckland has the Powerstation, an intimate venue at the bottom of the world that has punched above its weight since the mid-1980s, hosting some of the best and biggest acts on the planet.