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Kamahl To Perform Concerts Across NZ

Kamahl To Perform Concerts Across NZ

Kamahl, a big voice on the New Zealand music scene in the 70's and 80's has returned to kick-off a national concert tour.

Kamahl will perform another twelve concerts across New Zealand in the coming fortnight.

His opening concerts in Auckland received a standing ovation, with hundreds of fans queuing after the show to meet their idol.

Many concert goers have followed Kamahl's career for the past 40 years, his 80 Gold & Platinum records, some 50 albums released & number one hits around the world.

The charismatic performer has a career that has outlasted that of many seasoned performers. In New Zealand, The Boy from Dundee, recorded with The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, was a number one hit & Kamahl was awarded Song of the Year.

Kamahl has performed for millions of people around the world including appearances at Carnegie Hall, the London Palladium, the Sydney Opera House and top Las Vegas.

His eleven venue tour of New Zealand includes concerts in Auckland, Whangarei, Hamilton, Tauranga, Kerikeri, Dunedin, Timaru, Christchurch, Wellington and Napier.

Always a popular performer and a sensational international recording star , Kamahl will perform a selection of his greatest hits, including The Boy From Dundee, the Elephant Song, All I have To Offer and Amazing Grace.

Don't miss this opportunity to see a truly remarkable entertainer, live in concert for what will be a memorable performance.

Thursday 22nd November – 11am
Holy Trinity Cathedral – Parnell, Auckland
Bookings - 0800 TICKETEK

Friday 23rd November – 1.30pm
Forum North – Whangarei
Bookings - Ticketek (09) 430 4244

Sunday 25th November – 1.30pm
The Centre – Kerikeri
Bookings – The Centre (09) 407 0260

Tuesday 27th November – 11am
Dunedin Town Hall – Dunedin
Bookings – Regent Theatre Box Office (03) 477 8597

Wed 28th November – 11am
Theatre Royal – Timaru
Bookings – Merlins, Canon St

Friday 30th November – 11am & 7.30pm
James Hay Theatre – Christchurch Town Hall
Bookings – Ticketek (03) 377 8899

Sat 1st December – 1.30pm
Wellington Town Hall – Wellington
Bookings – 0800 TICKETEK

Sunday 2nd December – 2pm
Founders Theatre – Hamilton
Bookings – TicketDirect (07) 838 1111

Tues 4th December – 11am
Napier Municipal Theatre – Napier
Bookings – 0800 4 TICKET

Wednesday 5th December – 11am & 7.30pm
Baycourt Theatre – Tauranga
Bookings – TicketDirect (07) 577 7188

SPECIAL $17 tickets for Seniors Card members- not available on-line, please book in person.

MEET KAMAHL after each performance. Special tour CD and DVD available.

ENDS

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