Why Don’t We – Live

Why Don’t We – Live

With over ​2.85m YouTube subscribers, ​11 million+ monthly streams on Spotify and more than ​370 ​million audio and video streams globally of debut album ​8 Letters, ​Why Don’t We are the hottest pop outfit on the planet. The US five-piece are in the country right now to perform on Sunday night at the 61st annual Logie Awards… and we’ve got big news for fans!

Dates & Tickets

Spark Arena, Auckland

  • Friday, 29th November


Why Don’t We will make their eagerly anticipated return to Australian shores for their biggest shows yet – two massive dates, kicking off with their first ever Brisbane show on ​Sunday 24 November at ​The Fortitude Music Hall​, followed by Sydney’s Big Top Luna Park​ on ​Thursday 28 November​. 

The five-piece will then make their first trip ever to New Zealand this spring, performing a headline show at ​Auckland’s Spark Arena on ​Friday 29 November​. Today the band also announced a new standalone single called ​‘Come To Brazil’​! 

With the band’s previous Sydney and Melbourne shows selling out in minutes, this is the tour Australian and New Zealand fans have been waiting for! Why Don’t We’s North American and European ​8 Letters

​Tour dates have also been snapped up instantly… be sure to sign up for the Frontier Members Pre-sale ​here to get first access to tickets before they go on sale to the general public on ​Tuesday 9 July.

FAST FACTS:

  • The band have accumulated more than 1 billion audio and video streams globally
  • New single ‘Come To Brazil’ is out now!
  • Debut album 8 Letters landed at #1 on iTunes in the USA and 20 other countries
  • Track ‘I Don’t Belong In The Club’ ft. Macklemore reached #2 on iTunes 
  • 2018’s ‘Trust Fund Baby’ was written by Ed Sheeran and produced by Steve Mac
  • The band’s US TV appearances include Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Late Show With James Corden, Today, Good Morning America and more

ABOUT WHY DON’T WE:

Formed in September 2016 and signed to Atlantic Records, Why Don’t We is Daniel Seavey, Zach Herron, Corbyn Besson, Jonah Marais, and Jack Avery. Between them, the band can play 25 instruments and possess the sort of pop nous that has seen the prolific hitmakers smash charts and radio play worldwide.

In their first 12 months, Why Don’t We made their introduction with three EPs: Only The Beginning, Something Different, and Why Don’t We Just. The latter hit #1 on US iTunes’ Pop Albums chart, ahead of Bruno Mars, Harry Styles, and Ed Sheeran. 

Next up came the Invitation EP, celebrating the band’s one-year anniversary and topping iTunes’ ‘Overall Albums’ chart in six countries. 

Ed Sheeran lent his talents to the massive ‘Trust Fund Baby’, mixed by British hitmaker Steve Mac, while single ‘Hooked’ shot to #3 on the US iTunes’ Overall Songs charts, ahead of Post Malone, Shawn Mendes, and Ariana Grande. Plus there was the massive ‘Something Different’.

In August 2018 – following the band’s first dates in Australia with Frontier Touring – Why Don’t We unveiled their smash debut album 8 Letters (out now via Warner Music New Zealand). It immediately hit #1 on iTunes in the USA and 20 other countries. That record saw the band release huge videos including the title track ‘8 Letters’, as well as the epic ‘Talk’.

Recent huge singles include 2019’s ‘Unbelievable’, ‘Cold In LA’, ‘Big Plans’, ‘These Girls’ and the Macklemore-guesting ‘I Don’t Belong In This Club’ (the video is a must-watch!). 

With media champions in the likes of “Jimmy Kimmel Live”, Rolling Stone, “The Late Show With James Corden”, Teen Vogue, “Today”, MTV’s TRL, “Good Morning America” + more, Why Don’t We are absolutely smashing it. 

Tour Dates and Tickets

Spark Arena, Auckland

  • Friday, 29th November

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