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Impact World Tour Schedule

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Impact World Tour Schedule

With a minimum turnout of 240,000 people expected nationwide, Impact World Tour promises to be one of the biggest events of 2004, and it's on its way to a city near you!

Times and venues for many of the main events have now been confirmed. Performers and crew—over 200 people— will soon begin travelling the length and breadth of the country, starting in Gisborne next week.

Performances are scheduled in 15 major cities and over 35 towns as the New Zealand leg of Impact World Tour begins its most comprehensive series to date. The Tour schedule will be updated regularly, and can be viewed on the Impact World Tour New Zealand event web site, www.iwt.co.nz. A detailed tour itinerary follows:

Jan 22 TX International Awapuni Stadium, Gisborne 8:00pm
Jan 23 Island Breeze Awapuni Stadium, Gisborne 8:00pm
Jan 24 GX International Awapuni Stadium, Gisborne 8:00pm
Jan 28 TX International Memorial Hall, Marton 8:00pm
Jan 28 GX International Sandford Events Centre, Opunake 8:00pm
Jan 29 Island Breeze Hicks Park Rugby Ground, Hawera 8:00pm
Jan 30 GX International Hicks Park Rugby Ground, Hawera 8:00pm
Jan 31 TX International Hicks Park Rugby Ground, Hawera 8:00pm
Jan 29 TX International Cooks Garden Stadium, Wanganui 8:00pm
Jan 30 Island Breeze Cooks Garden Stadium, Wanganui 8:00pm
Jan 31 GX International Cooks Garden Stadium, Wanganui 8:00pm
Jan 31 Island Breeze The Domain, Patea 8:00pm
Feb 5 GX International The Domain, Dannevirke 8:00pm
Feb 6 TX International The Domain, Dannevirke 8:00pm
Feb 7 Island Breeze The Domain, Dannevirke 8:00pm
Feb 5 TX International Nelson Park, Hastings 8:00pm
Feb 6 Island Breeze Nelson Park, Hastings 8:00pm
Feb 7 GX International Nelson Park, Hastings 8:00pm
Feb 10 GX International Kapiti Coast, Coastlands Carpark 8:00pm
Feb 11 GX International Upper Hutt, Harcourt Park -Akatarawa Road 8.00pm
Feb12 TX International Hutt City, Hutt Recreation Grounds 8:00pm
Feb 13 Island Breeze Hutt City, Hutt Recreation Grounds 8:00pm
Feb 14 GX International Hutt City, Hutt Recreation Grounds 8:00pm
Feb 13 GX International Masterton, Colin Pugh Sports Bowl -Queen Elizabeth Park 8:00pm
Feb 14 TX International Masterton, Colin Pugh Sports Bowl -Queen Elizabeth Park 8.00pm
Feb 17 TX International Porirua City, Te Rauparaha Park 8:00pm
Feb 18 Island Breeze Porirua City, Te Rauparaha Park 8:00pm
Feb 19 TX International Wellington City, Basin Reserve 8:00pm
Feb 20 Island Breeze Wellington City, Basin Reserve 8:00pm
Feb 21 GX International Wellington City, Basin Reserve 8:00pm
Feb 20 TX International Foxton, Easton Park 8:00pm
Feb 24 GX International Matamata, Bedford Park 8.00pm
Feb 25 TX International Matamata, Bedford Park 8.00pm
Feb 25 Island Breeze Motueka, Decks Reserve Time TBC
Feb 27 GX International Whakatane, Rugby Park 8.00pm
Feb 28 TX International Whakatane, Rugby Park 8.00pm
Feb 26 Otorohonga (venues and times to be confirmed)
Feb 26 TX International Nelson, Trafalgar Park 8.00pm
Feb 27 Island Breeze Nelson, Trafalgar Park 8.00pm
Feb 28 GX International Nelson, Trafalgar Park 8.00pm
Feb 26 Island Breeze Blenheim, Stadium 2000 7.30pm
Feb 27 GX International Blenheim, Stadium 2000 7.30pm
Feb 28 TX International Blenheim, Stadium 2000 7.30pm
Mar 2 TX International Tauranga, Western Bay Finance Stadium at Baypark 8.00pm
Mar 3 Island Breeze Tauranga, Western Bay Finance Stadium at Baypark 8.00pm
Mar 4 GX International Tauranga, Western Bay Finance Stadium at Baypark 8.00pm
Mar 4 TX International Hamilton, Waikato Stadium 8.00pm
Mar 5 Island Breeze Hamilton, Waikato Stadium 8.00pm
Mar 6 GX International Hamilton, Waikato Stadium 8.00pm
Mar 1-7 Te Awamutu
Huntly
Tokoroa
Raglan
Paeroa (venues and times to be confirmed)
Mar 8-21 Auckland (venues and times to be confirmed)
Mar 22-28 Christchurch
Rangiora
Leeston
Reefton (venues and times to be confirmed)
24 Mar GX International Timaru, sound Shell, Caroline Bay 7.30pm
Mar 29-Apr 4 Dunedin
Invercargill
Cromwell
Alexandra
Oamaru (venues and times to be confirmed)
Apr 5-7 Northland
Kaitaia
Whangarei
Kaikohe (venues and times to be confirmed)

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