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Georgia Lines Announces Auckland Album Release Show

The Aotearoa pop singer-songwriter released her highly anticipated debut album earlier this month

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Georgia Lines has announced a show in Auckland to celebrate her new album release.

The pop singer will perform at The Powerstation on Friday, September 20th. Tickets go on sale Tuesday, July 2nd at 12pm local time via aaaticketing.co.nz.

Lines released the highly anticipated The Rose of Jericho earlier this month, just one week after she was named Best Pop Artist at the 2024 Aotearoa Music Awards.

“I’ve poured a lot of myself into the songwriting of this album,” Lines shared about her debut album. “It is honest and vulnerable, and dives into places in my own journey which I have written much of the album around.”

She’s warmed up for a big show, having performed to a sold-out Spark Arena last Saturday while opening for Brooke Fraser.

Rolling Stone AU/NZ gave The Rose of Jericho a glowing four-star review.

“Georgia Lines’ debut record sounds so raw and delicate that you immediately feel the heartache which had to be overcome to make it,” our review read.

“With songs about the dichotomy of a life well lived (“Grand Illusion”), mourning what could have been (“Not by Your Side” ft. Teeks), and all the wished-for-words left unsaid (“The Letter”), it’s any wonder she is one of the most exciting songwriters to come out of Aotearoa in recent memory.

Make no mistake, the record leans into piano-driven R&B and indie-pop, but with so much imagery and truth in each song, it sits in a room of its own. The Rose of Jericho captures the internal struggle we all feel at some point — that’s the magic of Georgia Lines.”

Lines took to the studio where she recorded her stunning debut album for her Rolling Stone AU/NZ ‘In My Room’ session. You can watch the full session here.

Georgia Lines ‘The Rose of Jericho’ Auckland Show

Presented by Eccles Entertainment and ZM

Tickets on sale 12pm Tuesday, July 2nd via aaaticketing.co.nz

Friday, September 20th
The Powerstation, Auckland