Niki at Moda Center

Moda Center at the Rose Quarter, Portland, Oregon



Niki at




Moda Center at the Rose Quarter

Ain't no way we keeping this lowkey! This year, one of the world's biggest shining stars is launching a new album and heading back on the road. NIKI, the 88rising singer-songwriter is set to visit over 40 countries in her headlining trek this year - the BUZZ WORLD TOUR. With a new song "Too Much Of A Good Thing" sharing new folk-rock flirty vibes in the mix, the LP is teased to be her most ambitious yet. She's set to celebrate the release of her new album "Buzz" on tour throughout 2024 and 2025. Part of the trek is a special stop at Moda Center on Thursday, October 17. As the "High School in Jakarta" singer marks a new era with her folk-rock-induced record, we're all in for big surprises at her world tour. Don't miss out by booking your tickets now!

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Nicole Zefanya, or as we all know her as NIKI, broke records for her alluring songwriting skills that bring back fond memories of falling in love. The 88rising artist won the hearts of fans for her storytelling abilities through heart-fluttering melodies. Her hits include "Every Summertime", "High School in Jakarta", and "Lowkey". Following her smash hit sophomore album "Nicole", she's turning it up with a new album "Buzz". Sharing folk-rock flirty vibes in her new single "Too Much Of A Good Thing", fans anticipate big surprises as she releases her most ambitious album yet.

Alongside her big album release, NIKI is launching her newest and biggest tour yet - the BUZZ WORLD TOUR. The global trek is set to take her across 41 nations, allowing her to meet her fans, perform her hits, and introduce her new songs to the big stage. As an album inspired by a journey of finding herself amidst a sea of emotions, the 'buzz is about to begin.

"I went through an identity crisis. It took a lot of trial and error, and I just stumbled upon pieces of myself along the way," NIKI said, as cited from Bandwagon Asia. "I named it Buzz because it feels like I'm on the precipice of something about to happen,"

The album's lead single "Too Much Of A Good Thing" shares a slinky groove driven by NIKI's introduction of a folk-rock vibe to her signature sound. Singing about the feelings and thoughts rambling in her head amidst a new crush, it's a relatable banger!

"“Too Much Of A Good Thing’ is this fun, tongue-in-cheek song about desire, imagination, and the playground of excitement and irreverence they create," NIKI said about the track. "It’s about that initial anticipation we all know and love where there’s a little extra pep in your step, which I feel translates even sonically, with that timeless, stroll-along-to-the-tempo groove you get when you are momentarily invincible."

This time, she ain't keeping it lowkey! Known for her ability to tell stories through heartfelt tales that remind us of what's it like to fall in love, NIKI's music stems from authentic feelings she actually went through. She's got us to tears, chasing love, heartbreak, and banging our heads on the wall. Full of nostalgia and fond memories, her music never fails to connect with every listener's heart.

In an interview with GRAMMY, she shares how she tends to feel "too much", describing how her love for feeling things is something that she discovered about herself while making her sophomore album "Nicole". Her amusement with feeling different emotions carried over into her music. "It makes me feel alive to be in touch with my emotions. The best way I know how to externalize all of it is through writing and music."

NIKI's big hits and fan-favorite anthems include "Say My Name", "Indigo", "Selene", "Lowkey", "High School in Jakarta", and "Every Summertime". With another round of songs that hit home coming right up, we're ready to cry, laugh, and reminisce the fond memories that NIKI's new material is bound to bring.

Don't miss out on the BUZZ WORLD TOUR right at Moda Center on October 17. Book your tickets now!

About the Venue

moda center at the rose quarter

Moda Center at the Rose Quarter

Moda Center at the Rose Quarter, Portland, Oregon, 97227, US