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The Wolfe Brothers

The Wolfe Brothers


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Australian country rock band, The Wolfe Brothers, are thrilled to unveil their Livin’ The Dream debut tour of New Zealand, bringing their high-energy performances to Kiwi fans across dates this September. 

Hailing from Tasmania, The Wolfe Brothers have gained widespread acclaim for their unique blend of country and rock, characterized by catchy melodies, heartfelt lyrics, and exceptional musicianship. Comprising brothers Nick and Tom Wolfe, along with their live band, the group has solidified their place in the Australian music scene, earning multiple awards and accolades. This tour will mark the band’s first ever visit to New Zealand, something the brothers have been wanting to tick off their bucket list for some time: 

"We are incredibly excited to embark on our first-ever tour of New Zealand and share our music with our Kiwi fans," says Nick Wolfe, lead vocalist and guitarist of the band. "New Zealand has such a vibrant music culture, and we can't wait to bring our live show to Auckland, Wellington, and Christchurch."

Joining The Wolfe Brothers on all New Zealand dates is country artist Max Jackson. Having been immersed in country music her entire life, things clicked into gear in 2022 for Max Jackson when she won The 2022 Toyota Star Maker Award. Since then, she has played CMA Fest in Nashville, SXSW in Sydney, and most recently inked a deal with ABC Music. Her latest single ‘Fixin’ Things’ released earlier this year, is a tongue in cheek tune about putting your problems in the ‘fix it later’ pile and not letting them get in the way of a good time. Known for her compelling songwriting, Max Jackson is set to captivate audiences with her fun and high energy set. 

The Wolfe Brothers' tour of New Zealand promises an unforgettable experience for country rock enthusiasts and live music aficionados alike. With a repertoire of chart-topping hits and infectious stage presence, the band guarantees an evening of entertainment and celebration.


  • We'd prefer it if you leave your bags at home, but if you do need to bring one, please keep it small. Bags will be subject to a quick inspection before you enter.
  • Remember to bring your photo ID (a valid NZ driver's license, passport or Kiwi Access Card). 
  • Minors can attend only with a legal guardian.


  • A range of food and drinks will be available in the venue.