The Beths Add Dates To Homecoming Tour

Due to exceptional demand, The Beths have announced new shows added to their November Homecoming Tour in Auckland and Wellington.

Nov 2 / Blue Smoke, Christchurch (18+)
Nov 8 / San Fran Bathhouse, Wellington (18+) SOLD OUT
Nov 9 / San Fran Bathhouse, Wellington (18+) NEW SHOW ADDED
Nov 16 / The Hollywood, Auckland (All Ages) SOLD OUT
Nov 17th / The Hollywood, Auckland (All Ages) NEW SHOW ADDED

Tickets are on sale now via

2018 was the breakout year for The Beths, beginning with a signing to Carpark Records and Dew Process. Their debut album, Future Me Hates Me, was heralded as one of the year’s stand-out music releases, receiving praise from a myriad of respected publications and earning worldwide radio airplay. Pitchfork named it “one of the most impressive indie-rock debuts of the year” while Bandcamp hailed Future Me Hates Me “album of the summer”. Rolling Stone called Happy Unhappy ”Song of the Summer” and named The Beths their “Hot Band of 2018”. To date, the album has amassed over 3M streams and been included on a number of “best of 2018” lists, including Paste Magazine, NPR, Stereogum, UPROXX, ABC, PopMatters, the AV Club and the NZ Herald. The Beths were also named finalist in the prestigious Taite Music Prize, nominated for New Zealand’s Best Album of the Year.

The Beths have toured relentlessly on the back of Future Me Hates Me, selling out shows across Australia, New Zealand, North America, the UK and Europe. Now, the band are proving to be one of the most in-demand live acts on the planet.

Beginning 2019 supporting Death Cab For Cutie on their the UK/European tour, The Beths soon followed with their own headline North American and UK/European tours and appearances at SXSW and The Great Escape. The Beths are currently completing their second headline North American tour for 2019, returning briefly to Australia for Splendour in the Grass. The band will then head to the UK and Europe for an August headline tour, followed by an Australian headline tour in October. The upcoming New Zealand shows will be fans’ last opportunity to see The Beths live before they take a break from touring to begin recording their second album.