Rock and Pop
Tate McRae Tickets
3 Upcoming Events
New Zealand1 Events
- 24/07/2022Sunday 07:00 pmAuckland, NZShed 10, Queens WharfTate McRaeLow Availability
International Events2 Events
- 16/07/2022Saturday 07:00 pmBrisbane, QLD, AustraliaThe Fortitude Music HallTate McRaeNo Availability
- 22/07/2022Friday 10:30 amWayville, SA, AustraliaAdelaide ShowgroundSpin Off FestivalOn partner site
Live Nation and Secret Sounds are thrilled to announce that Canadian pop songstress Tate McRae will be playing her first ever New Zealand show in July 2022!
Bringing her unparalleled dance moves and outstanding vocal ability to audiences across the country, Tate will perform a one-off show at Auckland’s Shed 10, hot on the heels of a world tour.
Tate McRae is an artist on a meteoric rise, with over 3.7 billion career streams, over 6.6 billion video views, a #1 Top 40 hit and multiple #1 dance hits at just 18 years old. The multi-platinum singer, songwriter and dancer was the youngest musician listed on Forbes 30 Under 30 List for 2021, was Apple’s Up Next Artist for 2021, Amazon’s Artist to Watch in 2021, made it on Pandora’s Artists To Watch 2021 list and was included on Billboard’s 21 Under 21 as well as People Magazine’s One’s To Watch List.
Tate was also named one of YouTube’s Artist on the Rise and MTV’s Push Artist for July 2020. More recently, she was nominated by People’s Choice Awards for The New Artist of 2021, a 2022 Billboard Music Award and three 2022 iHeart Radio Music Awards including Best New Pop Artist. Her #1 multiplatinum-selling single, ‘you broke me first’ has over 1.4 billion streams worldwide.
A master collaborator, Tate worked with Khalid on their track ‘working’, with DJ Regard and Troye Sivan on their #1 Dance hit ‘You’, blackbear on ‘u love u’ and Jeremy Zucker on her single ‘that way’. The young artist capped off 2021 with the release of ‘feel like shit’, which currently has nearly 90 million streams worldwide, and toured festivals such as Lollapalooza, Firefly Music Festival, Governor’s Ball, Austin City Limits, iHeart Radio’s Jingle Ball and more.
Tate has released two EPs, all the things i never said and TOO YOUNG TO BE SAD, and will hit our shores armed with her debut album, i used to think i could fly, set for release on 27 May. The album features previously released singles ‘chaotic’, ‘feel like shit’ and ‘she’s all i wanna be’, which has over 150 million streams worldwide.
Tate’s New Zealand show comes straight after her North American Tour and headline dates in the UK and Europe. Don’t miss Tate McRae’s impressive live performance when she arrives down under for the very first time in July 2022 for an all-ages show.