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John Rowles Live On Stage, Auckland Nov 3,4

John Rowles Live On Stage
Auckland November 3 & 4

Iconic Kiwi performer John Rowles is coming home from Australia for two very special nights of entertainment at Auckland's Sky City Theatre.

The star whose trademark songs include Cheryl Moana Marie and If I Only Had Time will deliver two hours of non-stop entertainment on November 3 and 4. Tickets will go on sale this Friday, September 15 with Ticketek www.ticketek.co.nz. Tickets prices are $60 adults and $48.50 concession and family bookings.

To celebrate his homecoming concerts, John will release a new single call I Know I'm Bad But I'm Good For You, featuring two bonus tracks It's Christmas All Over The World and the The Ball Song, capturing the sportsman in him.

"Auckland will always be home," says John. "It holds so many special memories for me. It's always a joy to meet up with my people."

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“John Rowles is in every sense a true professional, a man with a towering voice and the projection to match it.”

ENDS

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