The Stones they are coming

Friday, 14 November 2014 by Mark Sandiford

The highly anticipated '14 On Fire' tour  will no doubt delight hard core Stones' fans and in equal measure enthral new and virginal ears. If (dear I even suggest it) the Stones alone are not enough to delight, then accompanying them on this Australasian leg is the powerful and ferocious live performance from Hunters & Collectors.

Mick Jagger

"When Pearl Jam front man Eddie Vedder calls himself an unabashed fan, you know Hunters & Collectors deserve respect." - Newcastle Herald.


The '14 On Fire' tour of Australia and New Zealand sees The Rolling Stones return to the road after a mammoth run of shows through the US in 2013. The tour down under is what many are touting as the Stones possible last world tour. With a band of this magnitude on our shores, bringing with them iconic music, a ground-breaking stage show and undeniable Stones energy, it's a show no fan or occasional listener will want to miss.

Rolling Stones

Known for their use of cutting-edge technology the Stones' live performance will include video screens, projections and special effects to enhance the hype and feel of the show.  It's bound to be a thrilling ride - problem is you won't want to get off.

With rumours about this being the last world tour; this will definitely be a hot 2014 year event

And with the strong possibility of this being the last chance to see Mick, Ronnie, Keith and Charlie together, live in the flesh, it's the perfect opportunity to turn this event into a weekend to remember.

Neeed accommodation in auckland?

If you're heading for Auckland to see an event, take in the sights or having a weekend away with a group of friends in the City of Sails come and check us out.

We are all booked up for the Stones concert but there are many more great acts heading to Auckland this summer. At the Kiwi International we have a quality range of affordable rooms from single rooms to family apartments for up to five.

We're in Queen Street - right in the heart of Auckland City and set back from the road overlooking Myers Park in a quiet yet central location.  From the Kiwi International you can easily jump on a bus or train to Mt Smart Stadium and you're sorted. If your concert venue is at Vector you can walk, take the 50cents bus or a cheap cab ride.

Soak up some pre-show atmosphere in the City and then revel in the post show excitement as you stop off at the many bars and cafes in the city centre as you slowly make your way home.

Kiwi Hotel Entrance

Because of our central location we are often the place of choice for concert goers - check out our website - it's littered with feedback from happy guests.

Make it a weekend to remember

It will be a weekend to remember as this will be Auckland's hottest 2014 event. Visit a couple of the city's central attractions, shopping and other entertainment options all from the comfort and convenience of our fantastic Central Auckland location.

For fun that's in the heart of the city say... and stay...  Kiwi International Hotel.

Image Credits:   Northfoto/  Everett Collection/



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