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2019 WORLD TOUR
JOHN MAYER will be kicking off his 2019 World Tour on Saturday, March 23, 2019, in Auckland, New Zealand at Spark Arena.
The seven-time GRAMMY winner is known for numerous massive hits, such as this year’s “New Light,” “Gravity,” “Love on the Weekend,” “Heartbreak Warfare,” “Daughters,” “Waiting on the World to Change,” “Your Body Is a Wonderland,” and many more. These “An Evening with John Mayer” concerts will feature songs spanning Mayer’s entire recording career and mark his first tour down under since 2014. There will be no opening act.
“I can’t think of a better place to start my world tour than New Zealand and Australia. It’s been way too long since I’ve been back there,” said John Mayer.
Tickets will go on sale at 11am Monday, December 17.
Spark Customers will be able to access a special pre-sale commencing 11am Friday, December 14 until 5pm Sunday, December 16. For details head to: www.spark.co.nz/music.
In addition to his solo world tour, John Mayer is again touring North America in 2019, for the fourth consecutive year, with Dead & Company, featuring Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart, along with Oteil Burbridge, Jeff Chimenti - and Mayer himself.
Mayer’s last album, The Search For Everything (2017 through Sony Music New Zealand), is his seventh studio album and fourth RIANZ Top 40, preceded by debut album Room for Squares in 2002, Heavier Things (2003), Platinum album Continuum (2006), Gold album Battle Studies (2009), and RIANZ #1 Born and Raised (2012) plus 2013’s Paradise Valley.
Singer/songwriter/artist John Mayer has won seven GRAMMY awards and has earned a record seven U.S. #1s on Billboard’s Top Rock Albums chart and 25 entries on the Hot Rock Songs chart, the most for any solo artist. In 2018, he released the Gold-certified “New Light,” while working on his eighth solo album, the follow-up to 2017’s critically acclaimed The Search for Everything. For the third consecutive year, Mayer toured with Dead & Company, which played to more than 500,000 people this year on its third and largest tour. Additionally, he launched ‘Current Mood,’ his highly regarded Instagram Live show on Sundays, which some have dubbed, “the best way to start the week on a high note, maybe even the only way.”