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NZ International Arts Festival Tickets On Sale Sat

Public Ticket Sales Start Tomorrow For The New Zealand International Arts Festival

Public ticket sales for the New Zealand International Arts Festival events go on sale tomorrow (Saturday 15 November).

The Festival (27 February - 21 March) provides a three week feast of music, opera, dance, theatre, visual arts and comedy, featuring some of the best artists and performers in the world.

There are more than 100 different events to choose from.

Tickets can be brought by phoning, faxing or visiting your local Ticketek outlet or from the website at or for full programme details.

One-off shows like Lyle Lovett, Gilberto Gil, Abdullah Ibrahim, brunch with Clive James, as well as Heineken Festival club gigs will sell fast. And it's not too late to benefit from ticket price discounts by becoming a Friend of the Festival.

The world will be in Wellington in 2004, you should be too.

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