Renowned Chinese singer and former The Voice of China judge Na Ying will be the first vocalist from the mainland to hold a solo concert in New Zealand.
The 47-year-old was the most popular woman singer in China in the 1990s and early 2000s, and is still considered to be one of the best present-day Chinese female singers.
Known for her buoyant and forthright personality, Na, also known as Natasha Na, had sold more than 10 million albums during her career.
Previously, Chinese pop concerts in New Zealand featured mainly singers from Hong Kong or Taiwan.
After 20 years in the music industry, Na is taking her "Na World Concert" to New Zealand for the very first time.
Fans can expect Na to perform classic and nostalgic hits, including Conquer, the song which propelled her to fame in 1998 and also known as one of the hardest Chinese songs to sing.
"It has not only been her moving vocals which have captured the hearts of fans, but also her straightforward and blunt personality which has caused fans to fall deeply in love with her," organisers said in a statement.
"(She will be) using her rich baritone voice and her resonant high notes to truly win over the hearts of audiences."
She stepped down as mentor of The Voice after three seasons before embarking on this world tour.