At long last, Mitch James is hitting the road this winter announcing his first ever global tour including a whopping 13-date tour throughout New Zealand, his first headline shows in his homeland in four years.
Touring in celebration of his sophomore album patience which was released last November, James has a new found determination and authenticity which is reflected throughout the record. With singles ‘Motions’ and ‘Stuck In Denial’ receiving high rotate airplay and over a million streams between them, the album explores battles and the journey he has been on since his breakout Platinum selling album MITCH JAMES.
With a world tour supporting Calum Scott under his belt in 2022, the Long Road Home Tour will see James embark on his first ever headline world tour playing 30 dates globally including dates in Germany, Ireland, France, Netherlands, UK, Australia and wrapping up with 13 shows across Aotearoa.
As James says, he can’t wait to get on the road and play for his fans across the world:
“This is my first headline tour since 2019 and my first ever world tour. I couldn’t be more excited to get back to doing what I love with all my beautiful fans. We’re going to give it everything!”
To date, Mitch has toured the world alongside Six60, who he regards as not just friends, but mentors. The same goes for Ed Sheeran, who Mitch supported in front of 100,000 fans across three nights at Dunedin’s Forsyth Barr Stadium in March 2018.
Along with his advanced professional nous, Mitch has undergone significant personal growth since releasing the streaming hits ‘Bright Blue Skies’, ‘21’ and ‘Old News’, all of which have become fixtures of pop radio programming in New Zealand over the past four years.
Tickets for all dates go on sale midday Friday March 17.
Saturday 8 July, 8:30pm to 10:00pm
Restrictions: All Ages
General Admission $59.90Buy Tickets »
Toitoi - Opera House, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
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