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Newton Faulkner: Change Of Venue

Newton Faulkner: Change Of Venue


Due to some uncertainties with the leaseholder of the Powerstation it has been decided to move the Newton Faulkner performance to Galatos.

The leaseholder who contracted the event at the Powerstation has abandoned the lease. In order to stay well clear of any possible disruptions promoter Michael Chugg has opted for a move to Galatos.

Galatos situated at 17 Galatos Street, Newton will now host Newton Faulkner on Friday 12 September.

All tickets purchased will be valid for the new venue and will not need to be exchanged or revalidated - simply present them at the door.

Galatos has a smaller capacity so we expect the remaining tickets to move quickly.

NEWTON FAULKNER
FRIDAY 12 SEPTEMBER

Tickets available from Ticketek, Real Groovy or www.liveinconcert.co.nz


ENDS

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