Dust off your dancing shoes and get ready for Synthony In The Bowl!

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Dust off your dancing shoes and get ready for Synthony In The Bowl!

Following the Government’s easing of outdoor event restrictions from 11.59pm on Friday 25 March, Synthony In The Bowl is full steam ahead for 23 April.

“This is fantastic news for both music lovers and local businesses,” says Teresa Turner, NPDC’s Group Manager Community and Customer Services.

“Last year over 7,000 people enjoyed the electric energy Synthony brought to the Bowl and we can’t wait to experience another classic dance party in New Zealand’s best large event venue.”

Combining dance music that spans generations with the full might of the Auckland Symphony Orchestra, Synthony In The Bowl hosts exclusive new electronic anthems, New Zealand talent and two brand-new sets.

The show will be hosted by leading female New Zealand DJ AROHA, with a live set by KÉDU CARLÖ, a DJ set by ZM’s Clint Roberts & George FM’s SIN, plus special guest performances by Ella Monnery, Jeremy Redmore, Nate Dousand, Bella Kalolo, Georgia Lines, Juju Lipps & Lewis McCallum.

“SYNTHONY thanks the thousands of fans who’ve retained their tickets despite the uncertainty we’ve all experienced due to the pandemic. Rest assured we’re working tirelessly to ensure this event is an unforgettable return to the big stage!” adds Randall Nolan, General Manager of Duco Touring.

And be warned - this is not an orchestra as you know it! Expect an energised journey down dance music’s memory lane, accompanied by spectacular lights, lasers and a state-of-the-art sound system.

Tickets can be purchased from the TSB Showplace box office, over the phone on 0800 TICKETEK, or online at ticketek.

Bowl of Brooklands Fast Facts:

  • The Bowl of Brooklands is Taranaki's largest and most iconic concert venue and was awarded ‘Large Venue of the Year’ by the Entertainment Venues Association of New Zealand in 2021.
  • Situated within the award-winning Pukekura Park, the Bowl is a natural amphitheatre with a permanent stage over the lake and has hosted audiences under the stars since 1958.
  • This world-renowned venue holds up to 15,000 and has hosted international headline acts such as Sir Elton John, R.E.M., Fleetwood Mac and Cat Stevens.
  • In 2020/21 the Bowl had a massive summer season, with almost 60,000 people chilling out to gigs by L.A.B, Six60, Synthony and Crowded House.