Fans will have to get in quick today as tickets go on sale for the Flight of the Conchords' third Auckland show.
Flight of the Conchords announced that they added the extra show to their sold-out New Zealand tour because of nationwide demand yesterday.
Tickets go on sale at 9am for the comic singing duo's Saturday June 30 show at Vector Arena.
The Flight of the Conchords are officially on the biggest ever tour by a New Zealand artist.
The duo's promoters say the pair are being stopped in the street everywhere they go and asked to add more dates, so they have bowed to pressure and added the third show at Vector Arena.
The Conchords' other 14 shows around the country are sold out.
Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie started their New Zealand tour at Hawke's Bay Opera House last week.
A show was added at Wellington's TSB Bank Arena to ease pressure after three performances at the Michael Fowler Centre sold out in a week.
Clement and McKenzie's careers took off with Flight of the Conchords and they have not come down since.
Their awkward brand of Kiwi comedy made them cult hits in the United States and they have now graduated to the big screen.
McKenzie has an Oscar for the Muppet movie song and Clement plays the baddie role in Men in Black 3.
The Conchords showed their talent for quick-fire banter on TV ONE's Close Up when asked if they get on with each other.
"Not really, not really, nah," McKenzie said last night.
Clement said: "Oh I was gonna say yes."
"Oh yes we do," McKenzie then agreed.
Clement explained: "One of us likes the other one, and the other one is not decided."
NZ on Air
They got a bit serious when Close Up host Mark Sainsbury said funding body New Zealand on Air did not seem to "get" them and did not think they were creative or good enough.
"You don't get very much feedback from them which I think would be some way that they could improve relations with writers and people like that," Clement said.
"You really don't hear anything, and it's very strange. All you hear back is 'no' and that's all the feedback you get. It's a real mystery."
McKenzie said that was a long time ago and he has no idea what is going on now with NZ on Air.
"Yeah it may have changed," Clement said.
McKenzie said it was probably a blessing in disguise that New Zealand producers, including TVNZ, did not pick the Flight of the Conchords early on.
"If we'd made a show in New Zealand we might not have made a show in America," he said.
Clement said looking back, the Conchords were going out to do "the opposite" of what TVNZ was doing with comedy, so it was not really a surprise that the company did not pick them for a show.
For more tour information go to the Flight of the Conchords website