Naomi Striemer went from milking goats and gathering eggs in Nova Scotia to signing a multimillion dollar record deal with Sony Records at 18 years old. She went on to have a #1 single with guitar legend Carlos Santana and was hailed 'The Commanding Diva of the Decade' by Billboard magazine for her 'melodic debut of the year'. She worked with Marius DeVries (Madonna), Peter Zizzo (Celine Dion), Mario Winans (Beyonce, Puff Daddy) and even American Idol's Randy Jackson before one moment in 'Daddy's House', a studio owned by Sean Combs in the heart of Manhattan, changed her life and career forever.

After a dream from the Holy Spirit, Naomi walked away from her pop career, her contract, her 'once-in-a-lifetime' opportunity to see what Jesus had in store for her, and God has been using her ever since.

We are excited to be bringing Naomi to New Zealand this November for the Giving it to God 2017 Tour. Join us as she shares her music, her story and her passion for the work of Tearfund through Compassion to set children free from poverty in Jesus' name.

The Giving it to God Tour kicks off on Saturday 4th of November in Otago, before making it's way up through the North Island. Check the dates and tour locations below!

"Like many great artists, Naomi inspires in people a force of compassion and hope." - Carlos Santana


Tour Schedule:

Saturday 4 November | Dunedin

7:00pm | Mornington Presbyterian | 16 Maryhill Terrace | Mornington

Sunday 5 November | Dunedin

10am | Leith Valley Presbyterian | George Street Normal School Hall, 989 George Street | Dunedin

Sunday 5 November | Dunedin

5:30pm | Caversham Baptist | Cnr Surrey Street & South Road | Caversham

Join us for pizza after the event - $2

Tuesday 7 November | Palmerston

7:00pm| Palmerston Presbyterian | 66 Tiverton Street | Palmerston

Tuesday 14 November| Kaitaia

7:00pm | Cornerstone Christian Church | 79 Matthews Avenue | Kaitaia

Wednesday 15 November | Kerikeri

7:00pm | Kerikeri Baptist Church | 41 Hobson Avenue |Kerikeri

Thursday 16 November | Auckland

7:00pm | King of Kings Church |57 Cavendish Court, Cavendish Drive | Manukau

Friday 17 November | Auckland

7:00pm | Hope Centre |5 Birmingham Road | Otara

Saturday 18 November | Auckland

7:00pm | The Cedar Centre |56A Tramway Road | Beachhaven

Sunday 19 November | Cambridge

10:30am | Elim Church |8 Wordsworth Street | Leamington


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