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Eccles Entertainment Announces New Rescheduled Dates for Troy Kingi's 'Black Sea, Golden Ladder' Tour

06 December 2021 - 0 Comments

Due to current COVID-19 alert level restrictions, the Troy Kingi with Delaney Davidson ‘Black Sea Golden Ladder’ tour had to be postponed.

We are now pleased to announce the new, rescheduled dates for 2022 are as follows:

Friday 25 March - James Hay Theatre, Christchurch (previously Saturday 20 November, 2021)

Friday 1 April, 2022 - Glenroy Auditorium, Dunedin (previously Friday 26 November, 2021)

Sunday 3 April, 2022 - Theatre Royal, Nelson (previously Sunday 21 November, 2021)

Friday 22 April 2022 - Opera House, Wellington (previously Sunday 5 December, 2021)

Sunday 24 April, 2022 - Town Hall, Auckland (previously Friday 10 December, 2021)

All tickets previously purchased from authorised outlets remain valid for the rescheduled shows without the need for exchange. Patrons unable to attend the new dates can obtain a refund from the point of purchase. Refund requests are to be submitted prior to 5pm, Tuesday 28 December 2021.

All ticket information on www.troykingi.com

The Forgotten Like A Dream video premiered on Australia’s AU Review - and is a dramatic clip featuring Māori actor Vinnie Bennett (Fast & Furious 9, Human Traces, Good Grief, Ghost in the Shell).

The clip was produced by Nicole Horan and directed by Hayden Aull. (Hi Mama! Productions). Initially set in a tea house, a magic brew of tea transports us from one era to another, and into the track, Forgotten Like a Dream. It’s full of drama, beautifully shot and certainly grabs your attention.

WATCH Forgotten Like A Dream HERE

"Troy Kingi’s fifth in his 10-genre series is a career highpoint”Graham Reid, NZ Listener

Troy Kingi's fifth, ("folk") instalment, in his 1O 1O 1O Series, (10 albums in 10 years in 10 genres) is due for release June 18th.

A collaboration with award winning artist and producer Delaney Davidson, this album was written and recorded as part of the Matairangi Mahi Toi Artist Residency in Wellington – a partnership between the Governor General and Massey University that was established in 2016 to encourage and promote the development of Māori and Pasifika visual arts and creative practices.

As artist in residence Troy had the opportunity to live as a guest in a cottage at Government House and also to be involved in workshops and outreach programmes with secondary & tertiary students.

"It is the most personal of all my albums – the first one I feel that is truly about me." Troy Kingi - KeriKeri, April 2021

Black Sea Golden Ladder - OUT NOW! - CD / LP through Border and available on all digital platforms.


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