Jack Botts, the exciting and emerging Australian singer-songwriter, is set to captivate audiences for the first time in Aotearoa.
On New Zealand soil supporting Tash Sultana at their Spark Arena show on Saturday November 25, Botts will then play four headline shows of his own throughout the North Island.
Playing Leigh Sawmill on Sunday 26 November, he will then stop by Wellington’s Meow on Tuesday November 28, The Yard in Raglan on Friday 1 December before wrapping up at Anthology Lounge in Auckland on Saturday 2 December.
Hailing from Byron Bay, Australia, Jack has quickly made the transition from busking the streets of his hometown to full time touring musician. With a voice that resonates with authenticity and lyrics that speak to the human experience, Jack Botts has rapidly become a rising star on the international music scene having supported Vance Joy throughout North America, Ocean Alley and Boy & Bear. Jack Botts’ chilled catalogue of surf folk music beautifully reflects the coastal and laid-back vibes of his hometown, delivering a sense of freedom and adventure.
Jack’s New Zealand tour comes on the heels of his most recent album ‘Sucker For Sunsets’ released in March of this year, and growing global recognition. With a rapidly expanding fanbase and streams in excess of 80 million.
“I’m absolutely stoked to bring my music to New Zealand for the very first time. The opportunity to connect with my Kiwi fans and share my songs in these beautiful locations is a dream come true,” says Jack Botts, reflecting on his upcoming tour.
Tickets for Jack Botts’ New Zealand tour are on sale now through the links below.
NEW ZEALAND NOV/DEC ’23
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
SUN 26 NOV
Leigh Sawmill | Leigh, NZ
TUE 28 NOV
Meow | Wellington, NZ
FRI 1 DEC
The Yard | Raglan, NZ
SAT 2 DEC
Anthology Lounge | Auckland, NZ
Patrons are advised to purchase tickets only through authorised ticket sellers.
We cannot guarantee any ticket purchase made through any means other than the official ticketing agents listed on the Eccles Entertainment website