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Queens Of The Stone Age Christchurch Concert Cancelled


Media Release: Tuesday 22nd February 2011

Queens Of The Stone Age Christchurch Concert Cancelled

Wellington Concert Postponed
Christchurch Concert Cancelled

The Frontier Touring Company regrets to advise that, due to the latest
Christchurch Earthquake, the Queens of the Stone Age show at the
Christchurch Town Hall on Thursday 24 February has been cancelled.

We also regret to advise, tonight's show at the Wellington Town Hall has
been postponed to Wednesday 23 February at the Wellington Town Hall.
Tickets already purchased for this show will remain valid for the new
date.

For all Christchurch tickets: All patrons who have purchased their
tickets either online or over the phone will receive an automatic refund
back to the credit card used to make the original purchase, this will
show within 10 working days.

Patrons who have purchased their tickets over the counter, should go
back to their original point of purchase to obtain a refund or return
their tickets by mail to;

Ticketek - QOTSA Cancellation
PO Box 6334
Wellington

For Wellington tickets: If you are unable to make new Queens of the
Stone Age Wellington date, please contact Ticketek on 0800 842 538 or
return these to the original purchasing outlet by Midday tomorrow.

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