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Neil Young and Crazy Horse further Wellington tickets

Media Release – Tuesday 12th February 2013

NEIL YOUNG AND CRAZY HORSE
FURTHER TICKETS RELEASED TO SOLD OUT WELLINGTON CONCERT
The Frontier Touring Company wish to advise that there has been a limited amount of GA standing tickets released for sale to the previously sold out Neil Young and Crazy Horse concert at the TSB Bank Arena in Wellington on Tuesday 19th March.
These tickets are available on sale now through Ticketek.
Tickets for the Auckland concert on Thursday 21st March are still available through Ticketmaster.
NEIL YOUNG AND CRAZY HORSE
Tuesday 19th March WELLINGTON – TSB Bank Arena
Tickets on sale now through www.ticketek.co.nz 0800 842 538

Thursday 21st March AUCKLAND – Vector Arena
Tickets on sale now through www.ticketmaster.co.nz 0800 111 999

For media information please contact Maria.Robinson@mushroomgroup.co.nz PH: (09) 849 7707

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