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Neil Diamond To Grace Our Shores

Neil Diamond The Most Successful International Touring Act To Grace Our Shores!

Brand New Show! Neil Diamond On Stage For The Whole Show With Brass Section And Backing Singers

Tickets On Sale Monday!!!

Neil Diamond brings his brand new, electrifying concert experience to New Zealand audiences in March 2005. Tickets go on sale 9am Monday 13 September, with a limited number of tickets for internet pre-sale on Friday 10 September.

Neil Diamond concert tickets are priced at $99.50 - $60.00, ticket agency charges may apply. The $99.50 ticket price was set by Neil Diamond after researching the New Zealand market and to keep prices within reach for the majority of concert goers.

Promoter, Paul Dainty who has had a long relationship with Neil Diamond and is bringing him to New Zealand said “Neil has always had a thing about keeping ticket prices down for his fans. It is all totally driven by him.”

Neil Diamond has sold well over 115 million records worldwide, and amassed almost five dozen charting singles.

Diamond’s success in New Zealand is unparalleled. He has hsold over a quarter of million records here and his hits from across 4 decades include, Cherry Cherry, Holly Holy, Cracklin’ Rosie, Song Sung Blue, You Don’t Bring Me Flowers, Solitary Man, Sweet Caroline, Love on the Rocks, Desiree, Shilo, September Morn, Heartlight and Longfellow Serenade.

His highest selling album in New Zealand, Hot August Night was one of the biggest selling albums on the New Zealand charts in the Seventies.

Neil Diamond tickets go on sale 9am Monday 13 September, starting with a limited number of tickets available for the internet pre-sale on Friday 10 September.

New Zealand Dates

WELLINGTON Saturday 5th March, Westpac Stadium Fully Reserved Seating Ticketek Ph: (04) 384 3840

CHRISTCHURCH Monday 7th March, Westpac Centre Ticketek Ph: (03) 377 8899

Neil Diamond’s He is unchallenged as one of the world’s greatest live solo performers. DON’T MISS IT!


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