SUMMER CONCERT TOUR 2017
LATEST NEWS - 29th January 2017
Thanks to everyone who has supported our 2017 Summer Concert Tour. This year all 3 events, Taupo, Queenstown and Whitianga completely sold out!
ICEHOUSE, Alan Parsons Live Project & Bonnie Tyler performed in front of a 14,000 strong crowd in Whitianga, topping off the tour’s 15,000 sell out in Taupo yesterday and 16,000 sell out at Queenstown last weekend.
In their final headlining show of the New Zealand tour, Aussie rockers ICEHOUSE, headed by Iva Davies, celebrate their 40th anniversary with a huge repertoire of crowd favourites including “Can’t Help Myself, We Can Get Together, Hey Little Girl, Electric Blue, & Great Southern Land” to name but a few.
Welsh songstress Bonnie Tyler was again on form and had the crowd dancing and singing along to her iconic hits, “Total Eclipse Of The Heart, It’s A Heartache and Holding Out For A Hero”.
Alan Parsons Live Project, performing their first ever tour in New Zealand, were on stage mid-afternoon and proved that music of the 70’s and 80’s is still hugely popular, playing the likes of “Eye In The Sky, Games People Play & Damned If I Do”.
Amanda Calvert, CEO of Greenstone Entertainment says, “The Greenstone Entertainment team and the artists had an amazing time throughout this year’s Summer Concert Tour. We’re proud to have been able to showcase this beautiful country to our international guests. We want to say a huge thank you to the 45,000 fans that came along to one of the shows. It’s a pleasure to see all the families, couples and groups of all ages having such a great time, and we look to bringing a whole new line up to our shores in 2018.”