Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is coming to New Zealand to talk about her future plans after losing the 2016 US election to Donald Trump.

Clinton is expected to give a candid account of the presidential election and share stories from her New York Times bestseller, What Happened.

She last visited New Zealand in 2010 as Secretary of State, but will return as a private citizen, having left political life following her defeat in the 2016 Presidential election.

Her tour kicks off at Spark Arena in Auckland, New Zealand on May 7, followed by Melbourne on May 10 and a final show in Sydney on May 11.


Tickets for the Auckland event go on sale tomorrow at 11.30am from Ticketmaster and prices start from $195.

She will be coming only a few months after her former boss, Barack Obama, is expected to visit to promote a new Air New Zealand route to Chicago.