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Hayley Westenra ‘River Of Dreams’ NZ Tour

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Bedlam Management Announces Hayley Westenra ‘River Of Dreams’ NZ Tour
MAY 2009

The return of New Zealand's songbird, Hayley Westenra, to the local stage is cause for real excitement amongst her legions of fans. Touring here for the first time in over a year, four million album selling classical pop vocalist Hayley brings home a superb catalogue of songs that has already seen the 21 year-old compile a worldwide Greatest Hits collection, River of Dreams, and play before Queens, Presidents, the Dalai Lama and at some of the world's biggest sporting events including an FA Cup Final and Major League Baseball.

Hayley’s New Zealand shows will follow on from her current 15 date tour of Japan and her February tour of the UK. This will be a performance not to be missed, touring theatres nationwide in May. Don’t miss your chance to secure tickets when they go on sale 9am Friday 20th March.

Special guest to be announced.

Hayley Westenra – ‘River Of Dreams’ New Zealand Tour 2009 Details

Friday 1 May – Palmerston North, Regent On Broadway
Saturday 2 May – Wellington, Town Hall
Tuesday 5 May – Invercargill, Stadium Southland
Thursday 7 May – Dunedin, Town Hall
Friday 8 May – Christchurch, Town Hall
Sunday 10 May – New Plymouth, TSB Showplace
Tuesday 12 May – Napier, Municiple Theatre
Wednesday 13 May – Tauranga, Holy Trinity
Friday 15 May – Auckland, Town Hall
Saturday 16 May – Hamilton, Founders Theatre

Tickets on sale 9am, Friday 20 March

TicketDirect: www.ticketdirect.co.nz or 0800 224 224
Ticketek: www.ticketek.com or 0800 842 538
The Edge: www.the-edge.co.nz or 09 357 3355 (Auckland only)

Go to: www.hayleywestenra.com

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