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Vodafone Rocks Wellington at Easter

Vodafone Rocks Wellington at Easter

Vodafone customers with a rocker penchant have the chance of a lifetime to see six icons of rock this Easter at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington for the special ticket price of $95.

KISS, Ozzy Ozborne, Alice Cooper, Poison, Whitesnake and Lordi are sharing the billing at the ROCK2WGTN glam rock spectacular, appearing over two nights on March 22 and 23.

The offer is available from 8 – 11 March, or until the seats are sold, and Vodafone customers can purchase seats in all sections for just $95 on either night.

Vodafone Head of Music, Morgan Donoghue said he was pumped to be bringing this great deal to customers – combining Vodafone’s great passion for music with delighting customers.

“This is a fantastic deal, when you consider the cost of full price Diamond seats is $250,” he says

“Not only will some of the most legendary rock names be performing, but Westpac Stadium will come alive with stunning lasers, pyrotechnics, actors, stunt people and flame performers and a SFX package from multi- Academy Award Winner WETA Workshop.

“So, drag out your eyeliner, brush off your face paint, get your leather pants out of mothballs and head along for some serious ROCK!”

To access this special price, Vodafone customers simply call Ticketek on 0800-842-538 and clarify they are a customer, or go online to make the purchase and identify themselves as a Vodafone customer.


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