Sol3 Mio fans rejoice! New Zealand’s favourite musical trio are home for the holidays and are delighted to announce a very special concert tour across New Zealand, with new South Island dates announced!. This will be Sol3 Mio in their most intimate and purest form - three voices and a piano - with a brand new repertoire of songs and anecdotes from their adventures around the globe over the past 12 months.
In this tour, Sol3 Mio take a step back from their recent outdoor shows to reconnect with smaller audiences at concert halls and theatres, sharing stories and music from their experiences across the globe, up close and personal.
“We’ve missed being able to see everyone’s faces and communicate directly with our audiences during performances,” Sol3 Mio say. “So we’re looking forward to doing that in these shows, as well as meeting everyone for meet and greets and signings after the shows.”
While brothers Pene and Amitai Pati, and Moses Mackay have been focusing on their solo opera and pop careers for the past year, their Christmas Album A VERY M3RRY CHRISTMAS hit #2 in the New Zealand Album charts, after hitting #1 on release a year earlier. With three straight #1 albums, a slew of Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards and record-breaking tours, Sol3 Mio are a musical force to be reckoned with. This tour is one not to be missed, before the three once again head away to progress their individual careers.
All ticketing info available at www.sol3mio.com.
SOL3 MIO BACK TO BASICS TOUR - North Island
8 March, Baycourt, Tauranga (Sold out)
9 March, Black Barn, Hawkes Bay(Sold out)
14 March, TSB Showplace, New Plymouth
15 March, Regent Theatre, Palmerston North
16 March, Opera House, Whanganui (Sold out)
17 March, Great Hall, Auckland Town Hall, Auckland (Sold out)
23 March, Turner Centre, Kerikeri (Sold out)
24 March, Forum North, Whangarei (Sold out)
SOL3 MIO BACK TO BASICS TOUR - South Island
26 May, ASB Theatre, Blenheim
28 May, James Hay, Christchurch (Sold Out)
30 May, Opera House, Oamaru
31 May, Regent Theatre, Dunedin
2 June, Civic Theatre, Invercargill