Tory Lanez NZ Concert Announcement

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After much anticipation, breakout star Tory Lanez is coming to New Zealand for the very first time in September 2017. This trip down-under follows a number of headlining festival gigs worldwide, including Coachella, Bonnaroo, Wireless Festival and Reading & Leeds; as well as tour support on Future’s “Nobody Safe Tour”, alongside Migos, Young Thug, Kodak Black and A$AP Ferg.

Tory Lanez will make his debut appearance in Auckland on September 6, with tickets on sale Friday April 7 2017 at 9.00am via


Wednesday 6 September, Auckland, Town Hall – all ages

Tory Lanez NZ Tour Poster

Press Release:

Lanez’s critically-acclaimed album I TOLD YOU debuted at #4 on the Billboard 200 with 52,000 album units – 32,000 pure album sales and nearly 25 million streams – marking the highest sales of a debut urban artist in 2016. With debuts in the top 10 iTunes charts for both Australia and New Zealand,

I TOLD YOU is out now on Benny Blanco’s Mad Love imprint on Interscope Records and features Platinum-certified Grammy nominated smash, Luv’.

Lanez’s massively successful debut single ‘Say It’, also featured on I TOLD YOU, is now certified RIAA Platinum after peaking at #1 on both the Rhythmic and Urban radio charts and hit #23 on the Billboard Hot 100.

I TOLD YOU continues to receive critical acclaim:

“… an intoxicating brew of atmosphere-warping R&B and pop zip…Tory Lanez is a promising talent.”

“Tory is a heartthrob on the rise. It’s not rare to hear his pleading vocals floating out of cars and bleeding from strangers’ headphones on the subway.”
– The Fader

“Most likely to break out”
USA Today

“…one of the hip-hop world’s buzziest names.”
– Billboard

“One of the defining albums of the late summer.”
– The Guardian

“He’s built a reputation for having an honest, upfront personality that shines through in his emotive lyricism and willingness to experiment with everything from dancehall pop to reggae and R&B.”

“He’s achieved, but he’s only getting started.”

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