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Rod Stewart – One Night Only at the Mission Estate

Rod Stewart – One Night Only at the Mission Estate Winery Concert – It’s All Rod and It’s All Night!

Tickets on sale Monday, 30 August

Get ready for the concert of the year! Rod Stewart will perform all of his hits at the Mission Estate Winery Concert on Saturday, 12 February, 2005.

25,000 people are expected to attend this incredible night. The Mission Estate
Winery Concert is an annual tradition that offers the best in international entertainment, presented by Sports & Entertainment Limited (SEL) and the Mission Estate Winery.

James Erskine, Chief Executive Officer of SEL is predicting a sell out concert for 2005. “Rod Stewart is undoubtedly one of the world’s greatest performers and we are thrilled that he will perform in this superb setting,” said Mr Erskine.

Rod Stewart is expected to perform songs from his extensive hit list including Maggie May, Tonight's The Night, You're In My Heart, Forever Young, Downtown Train, Do Ya Think I'm Sexy, Have I Told You Lately; The Way You Look Tonight and It Had To Be You.

The Scottish born singer is on a world-wide sell out tour titled From Maggie May to the Great American Songbook. It is his first around the world tour in three years. He is currently performing a 44-city US tour.

"From Maggie May To The Great American Songbook" is a culmination of the legendary singer's impressive career that recently reached new heights with three albums on the Billboard Top 200 Album chart.

Mission Estate Chief Executive Peter Holley expects the 13th annual Mission Concert to be the best yet. “Rod is well known to all New Zealanders, he is a truly an international superstar and we know he will enjoy performing at our stunning venue,” Mr Holley said.

Tickets will go on sale to the public on Monday, 30 August from all Ticketek outlets. For full event details, venue, transport, accommodation and ticket enquiries visit


Register on the Mission Concert website – for event information, venue maps, transport, parking and accommodation details. Become a Concert Club members and receive all relevant concert information directly via email.


As an added incentive all Concert Club members registered before November 1, 2004 go into the draw to win an ‘On the Meadow Experience for Two” including delicious food, fine Mission Estate wine and a stunning view of the concert. Register on the Mission Concert website –


Prestige Package – An Evening of Mission Estate Elegance

Join the guests at the restaurant of the Mission Estate Winery and view the beautiful Hawke’s Bay sunset. Be serenaded on the lawn with a glass of bubbles followed by a sumptuous seated dinner with award winning Mission Estate Wines. Package includes premium concert seating, VIP parking and a complimentary Mission Estate Glass to remember your evening with us.
Table of 10 persons - $4,500 plus GST

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On The Meadow of Mission Estate – An Afternoon at Sunset with the Flavours of Summer

Dine from the delicious Banquet, complemented by your selected bottle of Mission Estate Concert wine. This exclusive and secured area is serviced by private facilities with a bar where a range of beverages may be purchased. Access is available from 3.30pm. Package includes reserved concert seating, VIP parking, a bottle of the Mission Estate’s fabulous concert wine and a concert Wine Glass.

$285 per person plus GST & Ticketek transaction charges.

Book at or at Ticketek.

Reserved Seating

For every 4 seats purchased, one VIP on site parking pass will be included.
$148 per person inclusive of GST plus booking fee. Book at Ticketek

General Admission

Adult $89.00, Junior/Child (6-15yrs) $45.00, inclusive of GST plus booking fee. Book at Ticketek.


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