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Aotearoa's queen of hip hop and soul is back.
They say everything comes in threes and this couldn't be truer for Aotearoa's queen of hip hop and soul, Ladi6. Last year she lost her voice, had two surgeries and cancelled two tours. But now Ladi6 is back with her extensive two-part Outta Time Tour this June and July — including an Auckland show at The Powerstation on July 21.
The first part of the tour takes Ladi6 on 13 performances across the regions. She will be performing her VNZMA-winning 2017 album Royal Blue 3000. Remarkably, this album is made up of songs created through live improv performance and promises an evening of mellow, dreamy textures. Ladi6 will be joined on the decks by her producer Park and legendary BaseFM DJ DylanC.
Part two in July will see Ladi6 in the four main centres with support from an all-women lineup, including dancehall queen SilvaMC, rapper JessB and soul songstress Bailey Wiley. This leg of the tour will also include songs from the aforementioned Royal Blue 3000.
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Friday, September 7 - Friday, September 7
@ Point Chevalier
Saturday, September 1 - Saturday, September 1
@ Whammy Bar
Friday, August 24 - Friday, August 24
@ The Whammy Bar
Wednesday, August 29 - Wednesday, August 29
@ The Powerstation
Saturday, November 17 - Saturday, November 17
@ Spark Arena
Friday, August 31 - Friday, August 31
@ Karangahape Road
Saturday, June 9 - Monday, May 27
@ Auckland War Memorial Museum
Sunday, July 1 - Wednesday, October 31
@ Auckland Museum
Saturday, April 14 - Sunday, September 16
@ Auckland Art Gallery
Friday, August 3 - Friday, August 31
@ The Grill by Sean Connolly
Wednesday, August 1 - Friday, September 14
@ Allpress Gallery
Thursday, July 19 - Wednesday, August 29
@ Various Cinemas, Auckland