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Country Star Kaylee Bell Extends New Zealand Tour for a Second Time

Bell has added a huge seven shows due to overwhelming demand

Kaylee Bell


Kaylee Bell has extended her upcoming Aotearoa tour for a second time due to overwhelming demand.

After supporting Ed Sheeran on the New Zealand leg of his mammoth world tour, the country star decided to go it alone with a solo tour of her home country.

After her shows in Waimate and Christchurch sold out quickly, Bell has now added extra dates in Hastings, Kerikeri, Whangārei, Leigh, Dunedin, and Gore, as well as a third show in Waimate (see full dates below). She’ll also be joined by singer-songwriter Cassie Henderson for the full tour.

“I am so happy that my hometown of Waimate AND also Christchurch have got in behind me with such an overwhelming response to these shows,” she shared. “We’re also stoked to be able to add second shows in these centres so fans don’t miss out. Tickets for all dates are selling fast and I can’t wait to get this show on the road and come and meet you all.”

Bell’s tour is named after her single, “Boots ‘N All”. She recruited ARIA Award-winning duo MSquared (Michael Paynter and Michael DeLorenzis), Lindsay Rhimes (Kane Brown), and Emily Hatton to make the barnstorming song (listen below).

Kaylee Bell Boots ‘N All New Zealand Tour

Supported by Cassie Henderson

Pre-sale for new shows begins Wednesday, March 22nd (12pm local time)
General sale for new shows begins Monday, March 27th (12pm local time)

Tickets available via morefm.co.nz

All shows all ages

Thu 4 May (SOLD OUT)
Regent Theatre | Waimate

Fri 5 May (SOLD OUT)
Regent Theatre | Waimate

Sat 6 May (SOLD OUT)
James Hay Theatre | Christchurch

Sun 7 May
James Hay Theatre | Christchurch

Thu 11 May (NEW SHOW)
Toitoi Opera House | Hastings

Fri 12 May
St James Theatre | Wellington

Sat 13 May
Regent On Broadway | Palmerston North

Sun 14 May
Theatre Royal | New Plymouth

Fri 19 May
The Meteor Theatre | Hamilton

Sun 21 May
The Powerstation | Auckland

Fri 26 May (NEW SHOW)
Turner Centre | Kerikeri

Sat 27 May (NEW SHOW)
The Butter Factory | Whangārei

Sun 28 May (NEW SHOW)
Leigh Sawmill | Leigh

Thu 1 June (NEW SHOW)
Glenroy Auditorium | Dunedin

Fri 2 June (NEW SHOW)
St James Theatre | Gore

Sun 3 June (NEW SHOW)
Regent Theatre | Waimate