Rotorua residents are set to be treated to a performance by New Zealand's first real boyband Titanium, who have announced they are coming to Rotorua on October 1.
Titanium Musik was created through a nationwide radio competition.
The band comprises six members, including Rotorua's Jordi Webber and Whakatane's Zac Taylor. Since the band was formed they have released their debut single Come On Home.
The band will start a nationwide tour in two weeks', and Rotorua is the fourth stop on the list.
Webber said that as part of the tour, the band would travel around in a double-decker bus, which he was excited about.
He described their first single as "summery pop", with a hint of acoustic and a New Zealand feel.
Webber said he had been blown away by the experiences he has had with his band, including working with key people in the music industry and "recording a song or singing in an actual music studio".
"It's something that I didn't even expect that I'd be doing.
"It's still a bit unreal. It's all happened so quickly."
As well as visiting Rotorua, Titanium Musik will stop in 14 other centres, including Whangarei, Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin.
New Zealand performers J.Williams, K.One, Brooke Duff and DJCXL will also be joining the band on the tour.
Tickets are now on sale and cost $25, plus booking fee. The single Come on Home is also available for download on iTunes.
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