Th’ Dudes add a third Auckland Town Hall show to Th’ Bliss Tour

Friday 13 November 2020 TSB Arena, WELLINGTON
Saturday 14 November 2020 Claudelands Arena, HAMILTON
Thursday 19 November 2020 Town Hall, AUCKLAND – SOLD OUT
Friday 20 November 2020 Town Hall, AUCKLAND – SOLD OUT
Monday 23 November 2020 Municipal Theatre, NAPIER
Thursday 26 November 2020 Town Hall, AUCKLAND – NEW SHOW
Saturday 28 November 2020 McKay Stadium, WHANGAREI (formerly known as ASB Stadium)
Wednesday 2 December 2020 Trafalgar Centre, NELSON
Friday 4 December 2020 Town Hall, CHRISTCHURCH
Saturday 5 December 2020 Town Hall, DUNEDIN

Th’ Dudes are back in business! The Kiwi music icons will hit the road in November and December for 10 shows, with the addition of a third Auckland concert at the Town Hall on Thursday 26 November announced today.

Th’ Bliss Tour news coincided with the band’s induction into the New Zealand Music Hall of Fame in November. Originally scheduled for April, the band were forced to postpone the tour due to lockdown. Now that concerts are back on the menu, music fans have been enthusiastically snapping up tickets for shows around the country, and a third Auckland show now added due to pressure from fans.

Featuring Peter Urlich, Dave Dobbyn, Lez White and Bruce Hambling, the line-up will also include the late Ian Morris’s brother Rikki, who was the original sound engineer for the group, and stepped in for the band’s triumphant appearance at the 2019 Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards.

“The reunion had to be postponed for very important reasons, but now that we’re safe to get together we can’t wait to get out there as a band,” said Peter Urlich.

Tickets for the new Auckland concert go on sale at midday on Tuesday 23 June at Ticketmaster. Tickets to all others shows are available now from the usual ticketing outlets – details available at Get in quick to catch these Kiwi legends together for a rare tour.

Th’ Dudes are back in the charts for the first time in four decades with the top 10 compilation album Bliss available now on LP, CD or streaming services.

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