ZM Brings you SZA live in Aotearoa

Publish Date
Thursday, 8 February 2024, 9:32AM

It's officially SZA SZN... global superstar SZA, is here in Aotearoa!

With SiR as support on the S.O.S tour!

Don't snooze on these tickets besties as it's only a few months away! She's performing THREE massive shows THIS APRIL 13TH, 15TH and 16TH at Spark Arena in Auckland. 

Fresh from performing at this year’s GRAMMYS and taking home 3 awards including Best Urban Contemporary Album, and Best RnB Song - music trendsetter and icon SZA is hitting our shores.

Get your tickets from livenation.co.nz

Monday April 15 | Spark Arena *SOLD OUT*

Tuesday April 16 | Spark Arena *SOLD OUT*

Auckland, NZ 

We want to get you there with a double pass - Play ZM across Aotearoa, iHeartRadio, and your smart speakers to be in to win!

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Born in St. Louis and raised in Maplewood, NJ, genre-defying, and GRAMMY Award-winning recording artist SZA released her major label debut album Ctrl (TDE/RCA) in 2017. Revered for its raw and honest lyrics, it landed at No. 1 on Billboard’s R&B Albums chart. The now RIAA-certified 3xPlatinum album received five Grammy nominations in 2018 and more than half the songs on Ctrl are currently certified multi-Platinum and Gold. Ctrl holds the record for the longest run for any Black female artist’s debut album. In 2022 alone it sold over 600,000 units and is the 10th best-selling female album this year in the country and 50th best-selling album in 2022 overall. 

To this day, SZA continues to set the standard on creativity and songwriting, while shattering records with over 10 billion streams worldwide across all platforms. SZA also received Billboard’s 2019 Women in Music Rule Breaker award. More recently, SZA was crowned the 2023 Woman of the Year at the Billboard’s Women in Music Awards.

Her 2024 tour follows SZA’s hugely successful sophomore album, SOS, which was released in December 2022 and earned the record for the largest streaming week for an R&B album in the United States. The album also claimed ten non-consecutive weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart - the most among albums by women in seven years.

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