Tuesday 20 February 2018
DAVID DUCHOVNY is an award-winning actor, filmmaker, director, New York Times best selling author and a singer songwriter.
Duchovny today announced he will perform his first-ever New Zealand concert dates, heading to Auckland and Wellington in February 2018.
Currently bunkered down in the studio working on his sophomore album, ‘Every Third Thought’ due out later this year, New Zealand fans will be some of the first to hear these new songs live.
Tickets and Meet & Greet VIP Experiences go on sale at midday Monday, August 14.
My Live Nation members can access tickets first during the exclusive pre-sale starting at midday tomorrow, August 11. For complete tour and ticketing details, visit: livenation.co.nz.
David Duchovny emerged to become one of the most highly acclaimed actors in Hollywood as the star in one of the most well renowned television series of the past two decades, ‘The X-Files’. His name is also synonymous with television shows such as ‘Aquarius’, ‘Californication’, ‘Twin Peaks’, amongst cult feature films, ‘Kalifornia', ‘The Rapture’ and ‘Julia Has Two Lovers’.
The cult phenomenon of ‘The X-Files’ made David Duchovny a household name and fixated millions of self-proclaimed ‘X-Philes’ on the brilliant and sullen FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder, as he and his partner explored unbelievable and out-of-this-world cases. Duchovny’s remarkable performance on the show earned him the title of ‘Zeitgeist Icon’. Reuniting for an eleventh season in 2017, ‘The X-Files’ and David Duchovny continue their legacy and will once again have millions hooked!
Adding to the already extraordinary list of accomplishments, David Duchovny introduced the world to his music with his evocative debut album, Hell Or Highwater, a rock album that features Duchovny’s musings on pride, loss and lots of remorse. The album pays homage to his musical heroes: Bob Dylan, The Beatles, Leonard Cohen and R.E.M.
Having sold out shows across Europe and the USA, don’t miss this unique opportunity to see a true Hollywood star live in concert for the first time on New Zealand soil.