White Chapel Jak would like to announce a new show date for their Tuning Fork show originally scheduled for Saturday 20 February 2021.
Due to Covid-19 we are unable to go ahead with our show originally planned for 20 February 2021. Safety first Nu Zeeland! We are however pleased to announce that we have a new date all lined up, Saturday 12 June 2021.
If you’ve already bought a ticket to the show your ticket it will be automatically transferred to the new show date, so you don’t have to do anything (except wait in anticipation!).
We will miss seeing your smiling faces and can't wait to share more musical fun and vibes with you all. We’re sending you all love during this time and hope you and your families are safe and in good spirits.
"One of the hottest and exciting acts to emerge in NZ in the last 18 months"
- Paul Ellis, NZ Idol_NZ Got Talent Judge, Former Sony Music Executive.
Crowd favourites White Chapel Jak are renown for capturing and delighting audiences all over New Zealand. This high-energy Kiwiana band (with a big band sound) will have you dancing and singing with their funky approach to songs you all know and love.
The breakthrough band have played have sold out shows on tour as well as playing festivals around the country. In January 2021 they will be headline act once again at the Auckland SeePort Festival, accompanied by the Auckland Symphony Orchestra, in front of a crowd of 15,000. They opened for Alanis Morrissette at the 2018 Summer Concert Tour and Bonnie Tyler at 2017 Summer Concert Tour, claimed the RNZ Battle of the Covers Band in 2018 and Outstanding Entertainment at the Wedding Industry Awards in 2019.
Lead singer Bonnie Hurunui is loved for her larger than life stage presence and highly impressive sculpted hair. Her soulful voice and magnetic personality captivate every audience member. The masterful Dean Tinning lays out our funk and groovy beats and you can’t help but move your feet. Nicknamed “The Viking” his suitcase bass drum, cajon and percussion practically drives you to the dance floor.
Possessing equal measures of cool and quiet, legally blind Michael White can stand on his double bass while playing big phat funky lines. With a cheeky personality and rather dashing smile to boot, Nathan Boston on lead guitar knows how to truly light up the fret board.
They genuinely love performing and every moment of their journey and dynamic shows reflect this. With a stage that lights up with musical wizardry, laughter and love, it’s easy to see why audiences of every age fall for them wholeheartedly, their music and their story.