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Don McGlashan is elated to announce the new show date at the Powerstation to celebrate his number one album, Bright November Morning. The show will have the full band that recorded the album with Don, including; Shayne P Carter (Straitjacket Fits, Dimmer), Chris O’Connor (SJD, Phoenix Foundation) and James Duncan (SJD, Dimmer) and joining them will be multi-instrumentalist Anita Clark (Motte).

Don responds to the slew of delighted messages he’s received from fans and media saying, "It’s been a real thrill hearing your responses to the songs on Bright November Morning these past months. I can’t wait to get out and play them to you live. But we don’t need to wait any longer, because at last we’re able to tell you about our Aotearoa Spring Tour!".

Don McGlashan released his new album, Bright November Morning, following the release of three singles; ‘Now’s The Place’, ‘Go Back In’ and ‘All The Goodbyes In The World’. The glowing reviews and accolades have been rolling in and the audience have spoken by buying up large with sales pushing Don McGlashan’s album to Number 1 on the New Zealand Recorded Music Album Charts.

Surprisingly, this was the first number one album for Aotearoa’s songwriter-storyteller,
Don McGlashan. And he was thrilled.  “I’m somewhat overwhelmed that the album went straight into the NZ charts at No. 1….  That’s a first for me. I’ve had, I think, 5 top-5 albums over the course of a 40-year career in various collaborations and solo, but never the top spot ‘til now. Huge thanks to all of you for listening, being supportive, and being part of the team.” - Don McGlashan


Event Restrictions:
This is an R18 Licensed Event
The Powerstation trades with a restricted licence designation, as allocated by the district licencing administrators.  
If you are under 18 years old with or without a parent or legal guardian, you cannot enter this event.


RestrictionsR18 (Licensed Event)

Ticket Information

  • General Admission (R18)

Venue Information

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Powerstation Auckland

New York has the Apollo Theatre, London has Brixton Academy, and Auckland has the Powerstation, an intimate venue at the bottom of the world that has punched above its weight since the mid-1980s, hosting some of the best and biggest acts on the planet.


33 Mount Eden Rd, Grafton, Auckland 1023

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