COMMON Kings manager Tatua Reed said since embarking on their New Zealand and Australian tour, the band has seen their music being embraced by a wider audience.
"Because of our Polynesian background, our fan base has largely been Pacific Islanders," Reed said.
"But we have seen a change in the audiences which is awesome because that means our music and the message that we have is getting out there."
The US-based rhythm and blues reggae group features Sasualei Maliga on lead vocals, drummer Jerome Taito, lead guitarist Taumata Grey and Fiji-born bassist Ivan Kirimaua.
The Common Kings are scheduled to hold two concerts in the country — October 31 at the Vodafone Arena in Suva and November 3 at Prince Charles Park in Nadi.
Tickets are available at Broadway Fiji, Vodafone outlets and Communications Fiji Limited.