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Boyz II Men New Zealand Tour

Boyz II Men New Zealand Tour



MAI FM and Platinum Touring Presents

BOYZ II MEN

NEW ZEALAND TOUR 2012

Platinum Touring is pleased to announce that DONELL LEWIS will be
BOYZ II MEN’s very special guest for their NZ tour!

The overnight success of Donell Lewis has fans around the country eager and buzzing to see what’s in store next for the smooth Auckland based R&B singer, after the recent chart success of his debut single Put It On Me and follow up smash hit Missing My Love featuring Australian rapper Fortafy.

After signing with DNK World Music in 2011, Donell’s career has taken off. From opening shows for international artists and performing live on national television to radio interviews and club gigs, Donell puts his hard work and rewards down to the love of music and the love for his fans.

Donell Lewis ft. Fortafy – Missing My Love
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usW1XzPGd10

Donell Lewis – Put It On Me
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2dhKq0RNdjI&feature=plcp


For an amazing night of R&B hits and incredible vocal harmonies, don’t miss Boyz II Men with their very special guest Donell Lewis on their 2012 New Zealand Tour!


TOUR DATES & TICKET DETAILS

BOYZ II MEN
With special guest

DONELL LEWIS

Tickets for all shows on sale NOW

Sunday, 2nd December – Wellington, The Opera House
http://premier.ticketek.co.nz

Tuesday, 4th December – Auckland, Logan Campbell Centre
http://www.eventfinder.co.nz/

Wednesday, 5th December – Hamilton, Founders Theatre
http://premier.ticketek.co.nz


For more information go to:
www.platinumtouring.net.au
www.boyziimen.com
www.maifm.co.nz

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