The secret is out. Honorary Kiwi and Belgian producer Netsky has ticked off 2 weeks of quarantine, surprised fans at Gisborne’s Rhythm and Vines on the strike of midnight, and will now be turning his attention to taking his exciting new immersive (Glasshouse) production on a 6 date tour across New Zealand. Having released his critically acclaimed D&B album ‘Second Nature’ in October, Netsky has returned to his ‘second home’ to tour the new album and created an epic new show to go with it.
The (Glasshouse) brings an exciting new visual element to Netsky’s already high impact performances. In collaboration with Kiwi lighting and creative genius Ben Dalgliesh from Human Nature, the (Glasshouse) prism features onstage with Netsky and brings together a visual feast of neon, foliage, greenery and theatre that will take audiences to another level this summer.
Netsky kicks off the (Glasshouse) tour at Napier’s Moana Park Winery on Friday, February 5 2021, showcasing his expansive DnB catalogue and brand new album ‘Second Nature’ in a stunning winery location. After this, he will head to Auckland to host a very special ‘NETSKY & FRIENDS 360’ at Auckland’s Spark Arena.
The Netsky & Friends concept was debuted at one of Europe’s most epic music festivals Tomorrowland and see’s Netsky curating eclectic line ups of some of his favourite producers and artists. This one-off show at Spark Arena, adds the spectacle of a 360 stage, giving fans the chance to immerse themselves in (Glasshouse) production and a killer line-up hand-picked by Netsky, as well as his headline set.
He will then take the (Glasshouse) down to Wellington, before headlining performances across the infamous O-Week celebrations in Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin.
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