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Stone Roses Update And Onsale

Stone Roses Update And Onsale

Todays Stone Roses Ticketmaster pre-sale is now sold out. The full general public onsale is tomorrow morning (Thursday December 6th). Tickets will sell quickly. The original press release and info is below and attached fyi. A plain text version is also below. THE STONE ROSES - FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME IN NZ - ONSALE 9AM DEC 6TH Ticketmaster 0800 111 999 www.ticketmaster.co.nz Legends.

The legendary Stone Roses will play for the first time ever in New Zealand at Vector Arena in Auckland on February 26th. PLEASE FIND THEIR PRESS RELEASE ATTACHED HERE. Pics Avail On Request. The Stone Roses self-titled debut album in 1989 is widely considered to be one of the greatest albums in history, the best ever according to the NME.

Their musical and cultural influence is colossal, The Stone Roses revolutionized British pop and soundtracked a generation. In the time the band had been away their legacy became clear. The Stone Roses return as one of the most important bands in history. Alongside the brilliance of their debut album it is the genuine experience of community and inclusivity that is the essence of the Roses. On February 26th a band who changed the world will be playing in New Zealand for the first time ever. You can see them, you will feel them. If you can get a ticket.

Solid Entertainment, Vector Arena and Future Music Proudly Present

2012 saw the eagerly anticipated return of The Stone Roses. One of the most critically acclaimed acts of all time, the legendary four piece re-arrived in spectacular style with a summer of sold out headline shows and festivals that saw the Manchester band mesmerize one million live music fans across Europe and Asia. Following the press conference that announced their reformation on October 18th 2011, the ground breaking British band entered the record books with the fastest selling rock concerts in UK history when their Manchester comeback shows sold 220,000 tickets in 68 minutes! 2013 will see the classic band line-up of Ian Brown, John Squire, Mani (aka Gary Mounfield) and Reni (aka Alan Wren) playing live together in New Zealand for the very first time. The UK band, whose eponymous 1989 debut album is widely considered to be one of the greatest albums of all time, will appear at Vector Arena, Auckland on Tuesday February 26th 2013. www.thestoneroses.org

TICKETS ONSALE FROM 9AM 6TH DECEMBER AT Ticketmaster 0800 111 999 www.ticketmaster.co.nz

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