2 Upcoming Events
New Zealand2 Events
- 12/08/2022Friday 08:00 pmAuckland, NZThe PowerstationBaynk
- 13/08/2022Saturday 08:00 pmWellington, NZSan Francisco Bath HouseBaynkOn partner site
New Zealand born, London-based electronic artist and producer BAYNK has announced his ADOLESCENCE tour, following the release of his debut album of the same name. BAYNK will kick off his Australia & New Zealand tour in Auckland at The Powerstation on August 12.
Tickets for all shows go on sale at 12pm, Thursday March 31.
Live Nation and Spotify members can secure tickets first during an exclusive pre-sale beginning at 12pm, Wednesday 30 March until 11am, Thursday March 31.
For complete tour and ticket information visit livenation.co.nz. BAYNK’s innovative sets have led him to sold out shows across the US and Asia, including performances at iconic festivals such as Coachella, Lollapalooza, Electric Forest and Life is Beautiful. As the world begins to open again, BAYNK is keen to be back on the road, returning to the stage recently with a sold out show at London’sXOYO last November, and a 28 date US tour due later this year.BAYNK’s debut album Adolescence chronicles a time in which Jock wasn’t expressing himself musically. “I’d never got to write about the most heartbreak I’ve experienced, the most lust I’ve felt or the most high I’ve ever been,” he says. “The music I’m doing now was not an option, I didn’t even know it existed.”
Drawn from experiences that took place between New Zealand and Europe, the songs were recorded between Los Angeles and London, where he relocated to last year.Having started out in bands, BAYNK’s transition from his laptop to the live stage has been a natural process. BAYNK’s curiosity lead him to expand his sets into a captivating performance that incorporates singing and saxophone with his own production. “I’m always looking for something to make the live show more interesting; it became show visuals, and then playing saxophone better or singing better, making the shows as incredible as they could possibly be,” he says.