laying on Saturday 23 September, tickets will go on sale Monday 1 May at noon from ticketmaster.co.nz.
Over the past five years, Ocean Alley have cemented themselves as one of the most successful global touring acts out of Australia. After crushing it in 2022 with a string of worldwide headlining tours – where they sold more than 75,000 tickets across Australia and New Zealand, the UK, Europe and North America – as well as major festival appearances like Lost Paradise and Falls Festival over the New Year period, 2023 sees the band hit the road again.
Prior to their New Zealand date, Ocean Alley feature on all stops of Australia’s Groovin The Moo along with Darwin’s BASSINTHEGRASS, plus the band will embark on a 12 date tour across Europe and the UK throughout June and July, as well as a 20 date tour of North America and Canada in August and September. Known for their unique blend of sun-soaked psychedelic rock music, Ocean Alley have made their mark on today’s music scene as one of the most exciting live acts.
Their dynamic performances featuring their signature laid back grooves have become fan favourites both in New Zealand and across the globe. Their last two headline tours of Aotearoa have sold in excess of 10,000 tickets and they have played New Zealand’s most iconic festivals including Rhythm & Vines, Rhythm & Alps, Soundsplash and Live In The Park.
Ocean Alley are excited to come and play their second home of Aotearoa this Spring for what will be a very special headline show.
Location Te wāhi
Spark Arena, Auckland CBDPlan your route
Getting there Te huarahi ki reira
Spark Arena is 10-15 minutes by foot to the city centre and Britomart Station, which is on all major bus routes.
Local tip He tīwhiri mō te rohe
Taxis and rideshares can be hard to come by directly after an event. If not using public transport, book your ride in advance and choose a pickup spot a few blocks away from the arena.