Princess Chelsea Announces Two Special Auckland-area Shows

January 20th 2023
Princess Chelsea extends her Everything is Going To Be Alright album release tour with two additional Auckland area shows: Waiheke's Artworks Theatre, and Auckland's Wine Cellar, a benefit.
Waiheke Artworks on Friday 17 February and
Wine Cellar on Thursday 23 February!

Fresh from a lengthy 2022 European tour, which included an exciting stop for a two-day live recording session at the illustrious Abbey Road Studios in London, Chelsea's ūber-talented multi-instrumental band has lived, breathed and performed Princess Chelsea's set for the past eight months. Chelsea's live shows feature some of Auckland's best and brightest young musicians, including Joe Kaptein (Muroki), Jasmine Balmer (Being), David Harris(Sulfate), Simeon Kavanagh-Vincent (Phoebe Rings, Lucky Boy), and Joshua Worthington-Church (Exploding Rainbow Orchestra).

Those lucky enough to catch her seven-piece band at their Powerstation show in December have been calling it 'the show of the year'. Expect lights, live visuals, and a lot of instruments!

Princess Chelsea is psyched to bring award-winning psych band Na Noise to Waiheke's Artworks Theatre to open the show on Friday 17 February. Na Noise's debut album 'Waiting For You' won the band the acclaimed Auckland Live Best Independent Debut Award at the Taite Music Prize Awards in 2021; the trio was also named 'Best Alternative Artist' at the 2021 Aotearoa Music Awards.

Princess Chelsea's fundraising show for The Wine Cellar takes place on Thursday February 23rd with support from the electronic awesomeness of Power Nap. Accompanied by her full band, all proceeds go towards supporting the Wine Cellar, a bastion of Auckland's live music scene. Tickets are strictly limited to 100 and will sell out.

Everything is Going to Be Alright is Princess Chelsea's fifth studio album.

Since the release of her first album 'Lil' Golden Book' in 2011, Princess Chelsea has been slowly amassing a cult following that is largely international. In a recent article in NZ Musician Gareth Shute wrote, "Princess Chelsea’s music video Cigarette Duet has over 80 million views while on Spotify the song is at 65 million (so more than the two most popular Six60 songs combined)". Chelsea's second album, The Great Cybernetic Depression, was a Taite Prize finalist, and her third album, The Loneliest Girl, spawned the hit 'I Love My Boyfriend' which was recently used by Yves Saint Laurent for their Winter '22 campaign.
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