Grease is the word!

A spectacular revival production. Get those bobby socks on, slick the hair and get down to the St James Theatre. On from the 16-26 July.



16 Mar 2013 - 16 Mar 2013
TSB Bank Arena


Please note the support act for Rodriguez is now Eb & Sparrow.  


Rodriguez fans attending his one and only Wellington performance can rest assured that the shift from the Wellington Town Hall to the TSB Bank Arena will not compromise their experience.

Producers have promised a world-class concert production with a team of seasoned technicians on hand to ensure that the sound component is delivered with consummate professionalism in the larger space.

Ticket sales for the TSB performance have supported the promoters decision to move venue with over 500 additional fans already being accommodated.


Due to an overwhelming demand from the Wellington public,  promoters of the Rodriguez show in Wellington have decided to move the performance on Saturday the 16th of March from the Wellington Town Hall to TSB Bank Arena.

Peter Noble from Bluesfest Touring has said; " It would be so unfair for the wealth of fans who have missed out on tickets for the sold out Town Hall show. On Rodriguez’s first visit to New Zealand it is incredible to find such a large and enthusiastic audience. We are pleased to have Rodriguez agree to staging his one and only performance in Wellington at the TSB Bank Arena".

The seating configuration as purchased for the Town Hall will be mirrored in the TSB Bank Arena layout with seats held for existing patrons.

Tickets will be exchanged for seats in the new venue. Ticketek will be in touch with current ticket holders either via email or phone to arrange replacement tickets. For all enquiries relating to tickets purchased phone 0800 TICKETEK.


Rodriguez, star of the most talked about documentary of 2012 Searching For Sugar Man, has been announced to play two New Zealand shows in March. The Detroit based singer-songwriter renowned for his haunting and experimental folks songs, was lifted from 30 years of obscurity by two South African fans who thought he was dead and decided to find out how/when with their journey forming the basis of the spectacular, award winning documentary. Now receiving the acclaim and recognition he rightfully deserves, Rodriguez is making his way to New Zealand for the first time ever...

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Blog on the tracks article by Simon Sweetman