Dua Lipa is returning to New Zealand to perform for her Kiwi fans in a little more than a year's time.
The 'Be the One' singer's concert is scheduled for Wednesday, November 2, 2022 at Spark Arena in Auckland, Live Nation has announced.
It'll be the first time Lipa has performed in Aotearoa since 2018 when she played four nights at Spark Arena as the supporting act for Bruno Mars.
This time round she is very much the headline act. Her second album Future Nostalgia hit number one on the New Zealand chart and is certified platinum by Recorded Music NZ .
"I am beyond excited to be bringing my world tour to New Zealand, it's been way too long, but I promise, we are going to have one heck of a party," Lipa says.
Future Nostalgia won Best Pop Vocal album at the 63rd Grammy Awards earlier this year and is said to have been streamed more than 6 billion times.
"Everything's a 'pinch myself' moment. I think when things like that happen, I feel like I need to step back and think, I can't believe this is actually happening and I can't believe this is my life," Lipa told Three's The Project in 2018.
The Bruno Mars concerts at Spark Arena set an attendance record after all selling out within an hour. That record was subsequently smashed by Pink in 2018, who attracted a total of 73,087 fans to six shows at the venue.
Tickets to the Lipa concert go on sale at 2pm on Thursday.