The National announce Tiny Ruins to support Villa Maria show
CIVIC EVENTS PRESENTS
AT VILLA MARIA WINERY
TINY RUINS TO SUPPORT GRAMMY WINNERS
Tiny Ruins will be opening for The National at Villa Maria Winery on 25 February.
The National just picked up the Grammy for Best Alternative Album for the critically acclaimed Sleep Well Beast. It is the group’s first Grammy win after previously being nominated for 2013’s Trouble Will Find Me.
Hollie Fullbrook has written songs since her early teens, and is most well known for her current project, Auckland-based band Tiny Ruins. Tiny Ruins have released two critically acclaimed albums and three EPs, including collaborations with The Clean drummer Hamish Kilgour and film director David Lynch. They have recently finished their third album, set for release in mid-2018.
VILLA MARIA WINERY
WITH SUPPORT FROM TINY RUINS
SUNDAY 25 FEBRUARY 2018
One child free with a ticketed adult – the show is a general access show and attendees are encouraged to pack a picnic, bring chairs and blankets to enjoy one of the world’s greatest live bands in the comfort of one of New Zealand’s greatest backyards – Villa Maria Winery.