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One of Aoteaora's favourite reggae acts are returning to the Bay, bringing fans the best of an album which is now known for booting Ed Sheeran from his top-place on the charts.

It's the first time the Wellington-based collective have performed in Tauranga since their last show in the region, at One Love Festival.

Vocalist Hamo Dell says she's excited to make a return.

“We had a full-on summer this year, so we took a bit of a break after all the festivals and now we're getting back into all of our touring.

“We love performing. It's so good to see people happy and enjoying their time, as long as that's happening that's all that matters.

“We have a really supportive fan base. We've had so many change-ups in the past year and our fans have still managed to support us, no matter what we're going through. It's such a loyal crowd.

“The towns we travel too are always a little different and so are the people, but the vibe is mostly the same.

“Tauranga is awesome, the crowd always come through they are so happy and chill.”

Tomorrow People is comprised of Marcus Abraham, Ken Saupese, Hamo Dell, Avina Kelekolio, Duane Te Whetu, Dan Sugrue and Tana Tupai, who together have established themselves as one of New Zealand's most popular live acts.

Hamo says their Mount Maunganui gig is the fourth out of ten dates which have been announced.

The gigs follow on the back of their Whangarei and Ruakaka shows last weekend, as well as a show in Whakatane this Friday.

Tomorrow People will perform at Totara Street from 8.30pm this Saturday. A further six shows at locations around the North Island will this follow gig.

For more information including dates and ticket information visit www.theticketfairy.com

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