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Foo Fighters in Brisbane & Auckland for flood and earthquake

FOO FIGHTERS
+ friends to stage charity concerts in Brisbane & Auckland for flood and earthquake appeals

In response to the recent events in Queensland and Christchurch, Foo Fighters have announced the following shows:

Tuesday 22 March Auckland Town Hall, Auckland
Sunday 27 March Riverstage, Brisbane Botanic Gardens

The shows have been organized to provide aid for the victims of Queensland floods and Christchurch earthquakes.

The Auckland concert will be held on Tuesday 22 March at Auckland Town Hall.

The Brisbane concert will be held on Sunday 27 March at Riverstage in the Botanic Gardens. Foo Fighters will be joined by Australian rock band You Am I and special guests Cloud Control with a local opener to be confirmed following the result of the competition below.

All profits from the Brisbane concert will go to the Queensland Premier’s Disaster Relief Appeal and all profits from the Auckland concert will go to the New Zealand Government’s Christchurch Earthquake Appeal http://www.christchurchearthquakeappeal.govt.nz/

Tickets for New Zealand will be on sale from 9:00am NZDST, Friday 18 March priced at $175 and $250. A limit of 2 tickets per purchaser will apply for this show. For more information on this show, visit www.frontiertouring.com/urlNZ

Tickets for the Brisbane show go on sale at 9:00am AEST on Monday 21 March with all tickets priced at $99. A limit of 4 tickets per purchaser will apply for the Australian show. For more information on this show, visit www.frontiertouring.com/urlAUS

www.foofighters.com

FOO FIGHTERS
& friends
MARCH 2011
Tickets for New Zealand on sale from 9:00am NZDST, Friday 18 March
Tickets for Australia on sale from 9:00am AEST, Monday 21 March

Tuesday 22 March Auckland Town Hall, Auckland All Ages
With special guests to be announced.
The Edge / The-Edge.co.nz or 0800 BUY TICKET

Sunday 27 March Riverstage, Brisbane Botanic Gardens All Ages
With YOU AM I, Cloud Control and friends
Ticketmaster / Ticketmaster.com.au or 136 100

ENDS

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