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PRINS Announces 2023 World Tour

The electropop artist will perform in New Zealand, Australia and the Philippines throughout April and May



Electropop artist PRINS is going on a mammoth world tour this year.

Beginning in her home country of Aotearoa, she’ll then head to Australia and the Philippines throughout April and May (see full dates below).

Tickets for PRINS’ tour go on sale to the general public on Monday, February 13th at 9am NZST. The pre-sale for PRINS ARMY members begins on Thursday, February 8th at 9am NZST.

“WE GOING ON TOUR BABY!!” the artist excitedly wrote on social media today. “After what feels like a lifetime of waiting, I’m over the moon to announce my biggest tour yet! My team and I have worked tirelessly to put together and all-new show that showcases my newest (and unreleased) music, and I can’t wait to share it with you all.

“Live performance is my greatest passion, but this tour is about more than just the music. It’s about forming a connection with everyone that makes it out to a show and creating memories we will never forget.”

Recently featured in Rolling Stone AU/NZ‘s series on up-and-coming New Zealand artists, PRINS released the fiery single “Something New” last month.

It was the eagerly-anticipated follow-up to her debut EP, Life Is Better Now, which was well-received last year. 2022 also saw PRINS perform her first ever stadium show in support of Six60, a feat she hailed as a “very surreal” moment.

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PRINS 2023 World Tour

Presented by Big Dawg Recordings

Pre-sale begins Thursday, February 8th (9am NZST)
General tickets on sale Monday, February 13th (9am NZST)

Tickets available via prinsmusic.com

April 14th
Christchurch, NZ

April 15th
Auckland, NZ

April 20th
Melbourne, VIC

April 21st
Sydney, NSW

April 22nd
Brisbane, QLD

April 23rd
Gold Coast, QLD

April 26th
Binan Laguna, PH

April 27th
Marikina City, PH

April 28th
Quezon City, PH

April 29th
Pampanga, PH

April 30th
Iloilo, PH

May 4th
Silay City, PH

May 5th
San Carlos, PH

May 6th
Tagbilaran, PH

May 7th
Bohol, PH