The Darkness to play New Zealand with Push Push as support

The Darkness have announced plans to bring their headline tour to New Zealand for the first time this coming April.

Not only that, but Auckland’s very own Push Push are reuniting to support them!

This will be the first shows in 24 years for the Mikey Havox-fronted act.

UK rockers The Darkness will stop in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch during their 2017 visit, bringing their signature flamboyance and theatrical rock to NZ fans.


This is going to be a LOT of fun!

The Darkness, which comprises brothers Justin and Dan Hawkins, bassist Frankie Poullain and new drummer Rufus Taylor (son of Queen drummer Roger Taylor), are coming this way for their first headline show in New Zealand as they gear up to release their as-yet-untitled fifth studio album.

Pick up tickets to see The Darkness slay Auckland’s Powerstation on Thursday 20 April at