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MGMT Auckland Venue Change, Merch proceeds for Chch

Media release: Friday 4th March
AUCKLAND VENUE CHANGE

The Frontier Touring Company wish to advise that the currently scheduled MGMT concert at the Logan Campbell Centre, will now take place at the Powerstation, in Auckland.

All pre-purchased tickets will remain valid for the new venue.

MGMT will be donating ALL PROCEEDS from merchandise sales at their three NZ shows to Christchurch Earthquake Disaster Relief organizations. MGMT love NZ and want to help any way they can.


MGMT

with special guests The Drab Doo-Riffs and Popstrangers

Thursday 17th March
Powerstation
Auckland

Limited tickets are available from Ticketmaster

www.ticketmaster.co.nz or phone 0800 111 999.


ENDS

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