Pluto Embarks on ‘Maybe Twice’ New Zealand Tour in October

Alt-rock band Pluto made their highly-awaited comeback with the brand new single, ‘Maybe Twice,’ while also announcing a multi-city tour of New Zealand. The five-stop tour will see Pluto head to Auckland, Warkworth, Whanganui, Lyttelton, and Christchurch between October and December. Tickets for Pluto’s ‘Maybe Twice’ NZ Tour are brought to you by The Ticket Fairy.

The five-piece band will kick off their ‘Maybe Twice’ NZ Tour with two shows in October at The Wine Cellar in Auckland (October 26) and Rusty Pelican Sports Bar in Warkworth (October 28). Pluto will then head to the Whanganui Musicians Club in Whanganui on November 25 for their only show that month. The tour will conclude with its final two gigs taking place at Wunderbar in Lyttelton (December 1) and Flux Bar in Christchurch (December 2).

Pluto’s vocalist and guitarist Milan Borich spoke about their upcoming ‘Maybe Twice’ NZ Tour, saying, “We’re excited to get out on tour again and play some of our favourite places – especially Christchurch and Lyttleton! It’s been too long since we’ve played in the South Island. Christchurch used to be our favourite place to play, which is why we’ve added two dates there.”

Presented by 5 Moon Entertainment, the forthcoming tour comes on the back of their new single ‘Maybe Twice.’ The psych-rock track channels early 90s sub pop music, exploring Nietzsche’s theory of eternal return as per the band. In their long-standing career, Pluto are known for their acclaimed tracks ‘Long White Cross,’ ‘Dance Stamina’ and ‘Oh My Lonely,’ among others.

Get your tickets to Pluto ‘Maybe Twice’ NZ Tour from The Ticket Fairy: Auckland | Warkworth | Whanganui | Lyttelton | Christchurch

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