- Christchurch Town Hall
- Friday 11 February 2022
Due to ongoing Covid-19 public safety precautions and uncertainty around these changes, Don McGlashan has rescheduled the Bright November Morning album release date to February 25, and the New Zealand tour to March 2022.
McGlashan says about the move, "Hi all. We announced the Bright November Morning release and tour early, thinking that within weeks the restrictions might be lifted, but things haven't played out as we'd hoped. After a lot of thought, we've reluctantly decided to postpone the tour and the album release. We've rebooked the release for late Feb 2022, and the tour for March and April. We hope you can join us then. Please stay safe everyone, get vaccinated, and take care of each other. Watch this space; we'll be releasing singles and giving updates on the album release."
Ticket holders do not need to take any action; all tickets previously purchased from authorised outlets remain valid for the rescheduled shows without the need for exchange. Fans who are unable to attend the new dates can obtain a refund from their original point of purchase. Ticket holders for the Tauranga date will be contacted and refunded.
Don McGlashan will release his much-anticipated fourth solo album this coming October, his first since the widely-acclaimed "Lucky Stars" in 2015. To celebrate, Don will be heading off on a national tour with his all-star band “The Others”: James Duncan on bass, Chris O’Connor on drums, Shayne P Carter on guitar, and special guest, multi-instrumentalist Anita Clark. The tour will open in Christchurch at the James Hay and finish up in Leigh at the Sawmill Cafe.