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Classic Hits Winery Tour 2014 Friday Show Sells Out

The Classic Hits Winery Tour 2014 Neudorf Vineyards Friday Show Sells Out

The Classic Hits Winery Tour show at Neudorf Vineyards in Upper Moutere on Friday 28 February has sold out. Tickets are still available for the first show on Thursday 27 February.

The Exponents headline the 8th annual Classic Hits Winery Tour along with Stan Walker and Breaks Co-op.

Brent Eccles, co-promoter of the Tour, is delighted with the public’s enthusiasm for this iconic national touring event:

“The Winery Tour shows at Neudorf Vineyards always sell out. We’re looking forward to celebrating our eighth year with two shows at one of the most beautiful and popular stops on the Tour.  Great kiwi music, great kiwi wines, in stunning locations – that’s what the Winery Tour is all about”.

Tickets for the Thursday show can be purchased via the Winery Tour website www.winerytour.co.nz and Ticketmaster 0800 111 999 or www.ticketmaster.co.nz.

One child under the age of 12 is given free admittance when accompanied by one adult ticket holder. Full show information can be found at www.winerytour.co.nz.

In brief:

·       The 8th annual Classic Hits Winery Tour 2012 – The biggest tour in New Zealan

Featuring The Exponents, Stan Walker, Breaks Co-op

·       Thursday 27 February, at Neudorf Vineyards, Upper Moutere – TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE

·       Friday 28 February, at Neudorf Vineyards, Upper Moutere - SOLD OUT

·       Children under the age of 12 are given free admittance when accompanied by an adult ticket holder

·       Tickets are available via Ticketmaster www.ticketmaster.co.nz / 0800 111 999,www.winerytour.co.nz 

·       For full show information see www.winerytour.co.nz 

·       Gates open 5:00pm, first act on stage 6:00pm and concert concludes at 10:00pm 

·       Twitter @winerytournz

·       Facebook www.facebook.com/TheWineryTour

ENDS

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