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WESTLIFE extends tour due to phenomenal demand!

WESTLIFE extends tour due to phenomenal demand!

With sold out shows already at Auckland’s Vector Arena, Wellington’s TSB Bank Arena & Christchurch’s Westpac Arena, the world’s favourite pop band WESTLIFE have been so overwhelmed by the phenomenal demand for their New Zealand shows that they have added a 5th and final concert on Monday, May 12 at Auckland’s, Aotea Centre THE EDGE®.

To continue the Mother's Day celebrations, exclusive Champagne Reserve seating will be offered, which will include a glass of Champagne and chocolates upon arrival at the venue and will go into a draw to meet the band.

Tickets for this final and intimate show are going to sell fast and will be strictly limited.

Tickets go on sale at THE EDGE® Box Office at 9am on Thursday 3rd April. 0800 BUY TICKETS (0800 289 842) or
www.the-edge.co.nz

Tickets are also selling fast for

NEW PLYMOUTH – TSB STADIUM

On TUESDAY 13 MAY

www.ticketek.co.nz

http://www.westlife.com/

ENDS

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