Illusive Presents, Frontier Touring and Mai FM are thrilled to welcome one of the
biggest names of rap to New Zealand for the very first time. Finally, Grammy
nominated rapper and entrepreneur Rick Ross drops into Auckland to deliver tracks
spanning across his incredible career this September.

Tuesday 25 September – Logan Campbell Centre, Auckland.

Monday 2 July at 12pm – Tuesday 3 July at 12pm

Thursday 5 July at 12pm from HERE.

Tickets are $99.90 + Booking Fee.



The hardest working boyband of 2018, BROCKHAMPTON, today announce
their highly anticipated live New Zealand debut this September. The creative collective will play an All Ages show at Auckland’s Logan Campbell Centre on September 21.
$79 + Booking Fee Tickets go on sale at 12pm Monday, June 25 from HERE.

Founded by Kevin Abstract, BROCKHAMPTON consists of thirteen kids, all filling different roles to create a self- sufficient creative enterprise. Made of rappers, directors, photographers, engineers, producers, graphic designers, and DJs, the group is able to execute a fully unified and realised artistic vision.

Brockhampton spent 2017 writing, recording, producing, mixing, mastering, and independently releasing the ‘Saturation’ trilogy (three albums which saw more than 13 self-directed music videos released such as “Gold,” “Star” and “Sweet”), playing sold-out shows across North America and establishing themselves as the “best
boyband since One Direction” (as group founder Kevin Abstract raps in latest single “Boogie”).

In March 2018, BROCKHAMPTON announced their signing to RCA Records through which their first major label debut album is expected for release later this year.

Presented by Live Nation & Fuzzy



8 Facts You Need To Know About Jhené Aiko


Jhené Aiko is bringing her TRIP tour down under this September, so it’s only right that you get to know her a bit more before purchasing tickets.

1. How old is Jhené Aiko?

The singer was born on 16th March, 1988, making her 30 years old

2. Jhené has been in a relationship with Big Sean since 2016.

After collaborating on music together – including ‘Beware’ and their joint venture Twenty88 – the couple went public with their relationship by confirming it with an Instagram post.

3. Jhené has a daughter with O’Ryan.

Jhené’s daughter, Namiko Love Browner, was born in 2008 when Jhené was 20 years old. The singer was enrolled at West Los Angeles College at the time and had started taking voice lessons until she got pregnant. O’Ryan, the father of Namiko, is the younger brother of R&B singer Omarion.

4. Jhené dropped her sophomore album ‘Trip’ in September 2017.

Supported by the lead single ‘While We’re Young’, as well as the Rae Sremmurd collaboration ‘Sativa’, Jhené’s psychedelic second album was met with widespread critical acclaim.


5. She kicked off her music career contributing vocals to the group B2K.

The singer worked with the group, which featured Lil’ Fizz, J-Boog, Raz-B and Omarion, on a number of releases, including a Christmas cover of ‘Santa Baby’.


6. She first gained industry buzz with her ‘Sailing Soul(s)’ mixtape in 2011.

The mixtape featured a series of high profile collaborations, including songs with Kanye West, Miguel and Drake.

7. Jhené released her first full debut EP ‘Sail Out’ in November 2013.

The high profile EP includes collaborations with Childish Gambino on ‘Bed Peace’ and Kendrick Lamar.


8. She has an alter-ego called J.Hennessy.

The alter-ego first appeared on the EP ‘Sail Out’ and Jhené has said that the inspiration comes from the fact she has twelve “different personalities in my head” every day.


Tickets are still available to her NZ & Australian dates.

New Zealand – Tickets
Australia – Tickets


Jhené Aiko is bringing her TRIP tour down under this September.

Presented by Pato Entertainment and The Hour Group, the Grammy- nominated pop icon will perform an all-ages show at the Logan Campbell Centre in Auckland on Thursday, September 20. Aiko will be joined by New Zealand’s own award-winning electronic, soul and r’n’b act, Ladi6.


$89.00 + BF – DOWNSTAIRS – R18

Tickets for this exciting double-bill go on sale at 12pm – Wednesday June 13 from HERE.


Why You Should See Miguel Live


Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Miguel has announced the extension of his War & Leisure tour to New Zealand and Australia in July.

So why should you purchase tickets to see Miguel live?

Miguel Sounds Amazing Live

He’s not only a great studio performer but also sounds just as good singing live. Add in dancing around the stage, engaging with his band and crowd, and you’re in for a treat.


He Hasn’t Performed In NZ In Four Years

The first time Miguel performed in New Zealand was in 2014 when he supported Bruno Mars on his Moonshine Jungle Tour. This will be his first headline NZ show.


His Set List Is Fire

The set list below is from one of his California War & Leisure shows this year.

  1. Criminal
  2. The Thrill
  3. How Many Drinks?
  4. Banana Clip
  5. Sure Thing
  6. Harem
  7. Wolf
  8. Do You…
  9. Simple Things
  10. Lotus Flower Bomb / All I Want Is You / Power Trip / Lost in Your Light
  11. I Told You So
  12. DEAL @ with Nonchalant Savant
  13. Caramelo Duro
  14. Come Through and Chill
  15. City of Angels
  16. Coffee
  17. Waves
  18. Anointed
  19. Pineapple Skies


  20. Pussy Is Mine
  21. Adorn
  22. Sky Walker


I was lucky enough to see Miguel perform at Coachella this year and I rate him as one of my favourite acts from the weekend. You could feel magic being made while he performed.


Tickets to see Miguel live in Auckland are now on sale from HERE.


JUST ANNOUNCED: August Alsina Live In NZ


RNB Heart throb, August Alsina is making his way to New Zealand for the first time in April.

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