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Norwegian alt-pop artist and songwriter girl in red is heading back down under and is set to play some of her biggest shows yet this July.

Earlier this month, we saw the release of girl in red’s sophomore album I’M DOING IT AGAIN BABY!, which marks her debut with Columbia Records. The Oslo-based Ulven maintains her intimate songwriting while also broadening her sonic horizons. The new album highlights how Ulven’s songwriting has developed over the last five years, while the title track brings girl in red to an entirely new place. 

Ulven’s successes so far have taken her a long way from the bedroom where she made her earliest records. She's played popular festivals such as Oya and Glastonbury and toured with pop icons like Conan Gray, Billie Eilish and Taylor Swift on the North American leg of her record-breaking Eras Tour. Along with multiple songs hitting nine-figure streams and winning prestigious awards such as BBC’s Sound of 2021 and the 2022 Telenor Culture Prize, girl in red has well and truly taken the world by storm. 

With I’M DOING IT AGAIN BABY! Ulven is ready to harness the experiences she’s had and build girl in red into something “more ambitious, and more exciting, and more idea-driven,” as she puts it. “The past five years have been so insane, and that I’ve been given this opportunity is insane,” Ulven says. “But I think what’s really hitting me now is that I need to pursue music fully, and that’s something I want to do with this record. I just want to go all in on girl in red in 2024. I’m at a point where I’m willing to fly.”

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  • We are a smoke free and vape free venue by law. For everyone to enjoy our events, any attendees smoking or vaping inside will be escorted out of the venue without the possibility of re-entering. There will be designated smoking/vaping areas outside the building where pass outs will be permitted (e.g. you will be allowed to leave the venue and re-enter).
  • Bottles of any kind are not allowed into the Arena for this show. We have a range of drinks for sale and free water stations available on both levels of the Arena to keep you hydrated.

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You may bring a small, pocket-sized, digital or instamatic camera to the event but recording of any kind will not be permitted.

Please leave iPads and other large tablets/devices at home - the light from these screens is an annoying distraction to those around you. 

We also ask that you please leave tripods and selfie sticks at home.

Basically, if your camera is a point and shoot that fits into your jeans pocket, you will be fine.

Thanks for your understanding!

The city bylaws are that no alcohol is to be consumed on the streets within Auckland CBD this is pretty strictly enforced by Auckland Police. The law of the land states that if you arrive at the arena intoxicated we can't let you in. If you show signs of intoxication at Spark Arena, then you will be asked to leave. In the exact words of the law "The licensee or a manager of any licensed premises who allows an intoxicated person to be or remain on the licensed premises commits an offence". This is not something we want to happen, so help us out and ease off the drink.

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