Highly Suspect frontman Johnny Stevens has said he’s keen to sort out a plan to allow more Kiwis to get along to their recently announced New Zealand tour.
In what feels like a rogue Instagram story update, ol’ Terrible Johnny addressed their Kiwi fans directly about the overwhelming demand for tickets. He wrote:
“Ya’ll broke the presale record I think. Apparently the venues we booked aren’t gonna be enough and we don’t want you to be mad at us.
“The last thing we want to do is upset you. We fucking love you and your country. We didn’t know y’all were this pumped for us.
“I don’t know exactly what we’re gonna do but we will figure something out. I’ll talk to the biz people tomorrow and see what kind of solutions we can come up with. This is crazy.
“In the meantime don’t miss out on the GA sale because it’s gonna take me a minute to figure out what to do but for now the safest thing you can do is try for the GA sale while we problem solve.
“We want to make sure you guys get a chance to catch a show. Please don’t get hostile in the DM’s.. we are aware, we will figure it out!”
Epic to see the Highly Suspect lads looking out for their NZ fans and doing what they can to see as many of us as possible.
Keep an eye and ear out on our socials for the latest updates and official word - hopefully we’ll have some good news to share soon.