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Lorde Offers 500 Young Fans Discounted Tickets

Lorde Offers 500 under Age Fans Discounted Tickets to Her Auckland Show

St Jerome’s Laneway Festival are excited to announce that a limited number of Lorde tickets will be available at a reduced price for under age fans from tomorrow. Lorde will be playing her only summer performance for New Zealand on Wednesday, 29th January 2014 in Silo Park, Wynyard Quarter.

Lorde will be offering 500 fans under the age of 18 tickets to her show for the discounted price of $59.00 plus booking fee. These special tickets will only be available for purchase from Real Groovy on Auckland’s Queen Streettomorrow at midday, with a limit of two tickets per person. Fans will need to provide proof of age upon purchase.

Laneway Festival promoters strongly advise those fans that are unable to make it to Real Groovy tomorrow at midday to purchase tickets for the full price online via the Laneway Festival website.

While the Laneway Festival is an over-18 event, the Lorde show will accommodate all ages. Any patron 15 years of age and above at the time of show is able to attend without a guardian. Laneway Festival suggests that for any patron aged 14 and below at the time of the show be accompanied by a guardian. A limited bar service will be available at the show but entry to the bar will be restricted to persons 18 years of age and over only.

Tickets to Lorde’s only summer appearance went on sale today at midday through the Laneway festival website for the price of 69.00 + bf. These tickets are expected to sell out fast.

Event information

St Jerome’s Laneway Festival will take place in Silo Park, Wynyard Quarter on Monday, 27th January 2014.

Lorde’s show will take place in Silo Park, Wynyard Quarter on Wednesday, 29th January 2014.

Ticketing information

Tickets to Lorde’s show and Laneway Festival are on sale now through the Laneway Festival website.

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