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Tool - Second Auckland Concert Announced!


TOOL
Second Auckland Concert Announced!

Due to overwhelming public demand this morning for tickets to Tool’s upcoming concert, The Frontier Touring Company announce a second Tool show at Auckland’s Vector Arena on Thursday 9th May.

Tickets for their second concert will be on sale through Ticketmaster at 9:30am NZDT TODAY!

Taking time from recording their highly anticipated fifth studio album, vocalist Maynard James Keenan, guitarist Adam Jones, drummer Danny Carey and bassist Justin Chancellor will be performing a series of headline shows across Australia and New Zealand this April / May.

Since the release of their debut EP Opiate more than 20 years ago, Tool have achieved remarkable critical acclaim and commercial success for both their studio releases and phenomenal live performances:

‘A symphony of distorted bliss and polyrhythmic elegance that’s as complex as it is catchy.’ - ArtistDirect

‘To know and love Tool is to know and love an intense multi-dimensional sound that reaches beyond a simple audio experience.’ - Examiner


Don’t miss the multi-sensory experience that is a performance by groundbreaking musicians Tool. With anticipation high and the promise of one of the first tastes of their much-awaited upcoming album, tickets will not last long!

TOOL
Tickets on sale for Thu 9 May at 9:30am NZDT today, Tuesday 18 February!

Wed 8 May Auckland | Vector Arena (All Ages)
Ticketmaster.co.nz | Ph: 0800 111 999

Thu 9 May Auckland | Vector Arena (All Ages) NEW SHOW!
Ticketmaster.co.nz | Ph: 0800 111 999

www.toolband.com | www.facebook.com/toolmusic
Twitter @tool

www.frontiertouring.com/tool | www.facebook.com/frontiertouring
Twitter @frontiertouring

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