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SOL3 MIO Announces Second Auckland Show

SOL3 MIO Announces Second Auckland Show As Part of Hugely Popular First National Tour

Due to massive public demand, there will now be a second SOL3 MIO show at Auckland’s ASB Theatre, on Saturday, 15 March 2014, as part of the band’s national tour.

The original ASB Theatre show sold out in record time, following the band’s debut album, which is now 5x platinum – bigger than all of the global music stars fighting for the coveted Christmas #1 album slot.

“This national tour is selling quicker than any tour I can remember, it’s going to sell out all venues - and fast,” says Civic Events co-promoter Campbell Smith. “But its not unexpected – they are the hottest performers, the biggest recording artists in the country right now and their live show is phenomenal.”

The Samoan trio from Auckland, made up of tenor brothers Pene and Amitai Pati and their baritone cousin Moses Mackay, say they’re overwhelmed by the support and thrilled to announce the new Auckland tour date.
Tickets are on sale now for this powerful and moving operatic show, mixed with the band’s irrepressible

Samoan humour. It’s already being billed as the concert of 2014.

Civic Events presents SOL3MIO – updated tour dates below:

CITYVENUEDATETICKETER
    
HamiltonFounders TheatreTuesday 4 MarchTicketek
New PlymouthTSB ShowplaceThursday 6 MarchTicketmaster
Palmerston NorthRegent on BroadwayFriday 7 MarchTicket Direct
WellingtonMichael Fowler CentreSaturday 8 MarchTicketek
WanganuiRoyal Wanganui Opera HouseMonday 10 MarchRWOH
HastingsHawke’s Bay Opera HouseTuesday 11 MarchTicketek
NapierMunicipal TheatreWednesday 12 MarchTicketek
AucklandASB TheatreFriday 14 MarchTicketmaster
Auckland
NEW SHOW ADDED!
ASB TheatreSaturday 15 MarchTicketmaster
WhangareiForum NorthSunday 16 MarchTicketek
NelsonNelson CollegeTuesday 18 MarchTicketek
BlenheimStadium 2000Wednesday 19 MarchTicket Direct
TimaruTheatre RoyalFriday 21 MarchTicketek
DunedinRegent TheatreSaturday 22 MarchTicket Direct
InvercargillCivic TheatreMonday 24 MarchTicket Direct
ChristchurchCBS ArenaWednesday 26 MarchTicketek
    

Tickets on sale now. For more information visit www.SOL3MIO.com.

ENDS

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