Kaylee Bell adds seven new dates to her 'Boots 'n All' tour
Tuesday 21 March 2023
Debut headline tours don’t get much better than this, with Kaylee Bell’s first ever tour of New Zealand expanding to 16 dates nationwide with the announcement of a further seven dates today.
Toi Toi Opera House in Hastings will host Bell on Thursday 11 May. In Northland, The local More FM Breakfast team have been campaigning to get a show with each host wearing a pair of boots day and night for the last week until Bell confirms a show and today and Bell delivers with TWO shows being announced for the region. The Turner Centre Kerikeri on Friday 26 May and The Butter Factory in Whangarei on Saturday 27 May. Bell will then head to Leigh Sawmill on Sunday 28 May. South Island fans will welcome the news of shows at Dunedin’s Glenroy Auditorium on Thursday 1 June, Gore’s SBS St James Theatre on Friday 2 June, with the tour wrapping up where it started in Waimate on Sunday 4 June. Tickets for all new dates go on sale Monday 27 March a midday from outlets listed below.
In further exciting news, Auckland singer songwriter Cassie Henderson will support Bell on all dates nationwide. A natural storyteller, Cassie’s distinctive voice envelops and invites you into her lyrical world. Her narratives encompass her years of growth, trials and triumphs, and ultimately speak to the young people of her generation - musically and personally. She continues to write some of her most intimate and honest pieces, while developing a live show which feels so personal, that you could be catching up with an old friend. Currently recording her first EP, this is only the beginning for Cassie Henderson.
The new dates are welcome additions to the already action packed run for Bell who will now play a total of sixteen dates nationally. Having just released a new music video for her current hit single ‘BOOTS ‘N ALL’, Bell promises to play some unreleased music alongside fan favourites on this tour.
Don’t miss your chance to catch our brightest star in the making on her first ever tour of New Zealand. All shows are licensed all ages.