New Zealand’s biggest rock export LIKE A STORM are coming home for their first ever Kiwi Headline Tour in March. They will play nine venues around Aotearoa, from Whangarei to Invercargill in 15 days.
Like A Storm have shared stages all over the world with the likes of Ozzy Osbourne, Slash, Godsmack, KoRn, Alter Bridge, Three Days Grace, Sevendust, Gojira and have opened here in NZ recently for Devilskin on their Decades Tour. They are New Zealand’s most-listened-to Rock act in 2019 with over 12 million streams from 79 countries on Spotify.
“All we wanted to do with our lives was tour the world playing music,” says Kent. “But New Zealand has always been a massive part of who we are, we come home every year to write, reconnect, so we’re stoked to be coming back to do this time to do a full tour.”
Like A Storm’s latest offering “CATACOMBS” charted all over the world including the U.S, Germany, Australia, Canada and back home in New Zealand. It was #4 on the Tower Records charts in Japan, behind Taylor Swift, Prince and KoRn.
“We feel like we’re playing and writing the best we’ve ever done right now,” says Kent, “And loving it more than ever.”
You can catch Like A Storm March 12th Mt Maunganui; Totara Street. Tickets are only $29, and these will be Like A Storm’s only New Zealand shows in 2020. Joining Like A Storm will be special guests Black Smoke Trigger, hailing from Napier. Tickets are available from www.eventfinda.co.nz
Like A Storm Tour dates:
March 12th - Mt Maunganui; Totara Street
March 13th - Hamilton; Altitude
March 14th - Auckland; Galatos
March 15th - Whangarei; The Butter Factory
March 20th - Wellington; San Fran
March 21st - Napier; Paisley Stage
March 26th - Christchurch; Club Tavern
March 27th - Invercargill; Tillermans
March 28th - Dunedin; Starters Bar