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Snow Patrol Return to NZ for an Encore Performance

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Snow Patrol Return to NZ for an Encore Performance

Special pre-sale tickets from Visa Entertainment for New Zealand fans

Auckland, 16 July 2007 – Snow Patrol are returning to New Zealand for an encore performance of their sell out show earlier this year and Visa Entertainment is the gateway to pre-sale tickets.

Visa cardholders will have pre-sale access to tickets through the Visa Entertainment website at www.visaentertainment.co.nz from 9am on Monday 16 July through to 5pm on Tuesday 17 July. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Wednesday 18 July. Visa cardholders can pay for tickets by using a range of payment methods including debit, prepaid or credit cards.

“It’s great to have Snow Patrol back in New Zealand to play for their Kiwi fans. Snow Patrol is one of the top international acts of the year and Visa is pleased to be able to offer its cardholders the chance to buy their tickets ahead of general ticket sales,” said Iain Jamieson, Visa’s New Zealand Country Manager.

The band will play at the Vector Arena in Auckland on Friday, 14 September and the Westpac Centre in Christchurch on Saturday, 15 September.

Eyes Open, sold more than 1.6 million copies after the single Chasing Cars featured in the season final of Grey’s Anatomy. Locally the Eyes Open album struck a particular chord with Kiwis, spending a year in the Top 40 and selling in excess of three times platinum (300,000 copies)

Snow Patrol’s February 2007 show in Auckland sold out weeks in advance.


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