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Fisher Plots New Zealand Comeback

Fisher was nominated twice at the 2024 Shure Rolling Stone Australia Awards



After a six-year hiatus, Fisher is ready to make waves in New Zealand once again.

The Australian DJ and music producer, known for his Grammy-nominated hit “Losing It”, is gearing up to deliver an electrifying experience with two exclusive shows in Aotearoa.

Fisher, whose real name is Paul Nicholas Fisher, has been a major figure in electronic music for over a decade, and his upcoming gigs in Christchurch and Auckland are shaping up to be the ultimate summer parties for Kiwi fans (see full details below).

Fisher’s return to New Zealand’s North and South Islands is a major event for the local music scene. Scheduled for January 2025, these shows mark his first performances in the country since 2018, and anticipation is already building. The 37-year-old artist has a reputation for his dynamic stage presence and a catalogue of infectious tracks that have taken the dance music world by storm.

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Wednesday, April 17th at 7pm local time. The Spark pre-sale begins on Monday, April 15th at 7pm local time. Fisher fans will be able to choose between GA, Losing It Zone, VIP, and VVIP, with each zone offering its own unique experience.

Fisher’s impact on the dance music scene has been undeniable. With over half a billion streams of “Losing It”, his status as a dance music luminary is cemented. His recent releases “Atmosphere” and “Take It Off” have kept fans on their feet, and his performances at Coachella and other renowned global festivals have only heightened his appeal. With residencies in Ibiza and Las Vegas alongside headline shows across the world, Fisher’s momentum shows no signs of slowing down.

Fisher was also nominated twice at this year’s Rolling Stone Australia Awards, for Best Single (“Atmosphere” with Kita Alexander) and the prestigious Global Award.

Fisher 2025 New Zealand Tour

Ticket information available via trademark group.co.nz

Friday, January 10th
Hagley Park, Christchurch

Saturday, January 11th
Victoria Park, Auckland