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Ricky Martin Live In Auckland October 2000

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Promoter Paul Dainty of Dainty Consolidated Entertainment Announced today that International Superstar RICKY MARTIN will be performing One Concert Only at Ericsson Stadium in Auckland on Saturday 14th October 2000

SPECIAL ON SALE DATE - SATURDAY APRIL 15th from 10am through Ticketek Agencies Nationwide

Ricky's Full USA Production With 100 People Will Come To Auckland

Paul Dainty said " that the New Zealand audience are in for an experience that they will not forget, this is the show that is selling out around the world.

Ricky will be performing material from his now multi-platinum Ricky Martin album, plus classics from his previous solo albums in what promises to be the show of the year. He will be joined on stage with his 12 band members and 11 backing singers and dancers.

Ricky has sold more than 15 million CD's worldwide, and packs stadiums from Buenos Aires to Beijing to New Delhi and beyond... More than a billion viewers in 187 countries across the globe felt the power and the energy of Ricky Martin's electrifying performance of "The Cup Of Life" at the 1999 Grammy Awards ceremony; "La Copa de la Vida," the official song of the World Cup France `98 has been a 1 single in more than 30 countries.

That same night, Ricky's latest full-length Latin recording, Vuelve, won the Grammy for Best Latin Pop Performance. Ricky said "I was more excited when I learned I'd be performing than when I was nominated," he confesses. "It was the most difficult audience I've ever been in front of! Sting! Madonna! Pavorotti! To get the acceptance of your peers really means a lot."

Not surprisingly, Ricky's philosophy for making music is akin to the effect he hopes to have on his listeners: "I want them to feel free, liberated. I want them to be who they are with my music."

EXPERIENCE THE ARTIST THAT'S TOUCHED THE WORLD! RICKY MARTIN PERFORMS AT ERICSSON STADIUM ON 14 OCTOBER SPECIAL ON SALE DATE - SATURDAY APRIL 15 THROUGH TICKETEK NATIONWIDE

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