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The Script Announce Vector Arena Concert!

The Script
Announce Vector Arena Concert!

With smash hit album #3 (out now through Sony Music) tearing up charts and hearts across the globe, Frontier Touring Company is delighted to confirm that The Script will return to Australia in 2013 with their biggest national tour to date!

The Dublin natives make this announcement whilst in Australia for a sell out performance at The Metro Theatre in Sydney. The show gave fans a taste of the new songs from #3 including current hit; the appropriately titled Hall Of Fame featuring The Metro show sold out in a matter of minutes so anticipation is high for the forthcoming arena shows, with these epic venues giving the band ample opportunity to perform the grand, sweeping anthems that have become so synonymous with their name.

Band mates Danny O’Donoghue, Mark Sheehan and Glen Power are known for thrilling their audiences with performances that echo with both the upbeat, groove laden numbers as well their stunning ballads, inviting you on the genre defying journey that has left audiences all over the world on their feet cheering for more.

'Performing live, Irish band The Script is a powerhouse of sound...Years of experience and hard work is evident in their technical ability and impeccable performance. Simply put, their musicianship is flawless. After experiencing The Script live it is clear they deserve every bit of praise laid on them.' -

‘The crowd, of course, are enraptured. Tickets for the night are like gold dust... packed to spilling point with the most devoted of fans, mirroring every line an octave higher and throwing fists to the ceiling with every crescendo.’ –

With 128 million YouTube views, 1.5 million Twitter followers, 3.7 million fans on Facebook and two BRIT nominations, The Script have become an unstoppable force. After two sold out Australian tours and two platinum selling albums about to become ‘#3’ these tickets will be gone in literally minutes.

Call in sick, skip class, do whatever you have to do, just don’t miss this chance...

with special guests
APRIL 2013
General on sale from Monday 29th October

Frontier Members pre-sale via
2pm NZST Thursday 25 October – 2pm NZST Friday 26 October

Wed 3 April Perth | Perth Arena (All Ages) | Ph: 132 849

Sat 6 April Melbourne | Rod Laver Arena (All Ages) | Ph: 132 849

Sun 7 April Sydney | Entertainment Centre (All Ages) | Ph: 136 100

Tues 9 April Brisbane | Entertainment Centre (All Ages) | Ph: 132 849

Fri 12 April Auckland | Vector Arena (All Ages) | Ph: 0800 111 999
Twitter @frontiertouring


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