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Final Release of Eminem Rapture Tickets on Sale This Friday

Final Release of Eminem Rapture Tickets on Sale
This Friday 31 January at 9am

The countdown to EMINEM’s first ever New Zealand show has begun!

In just over 2 weeks time, Eminem will headline the inaugural Rapture 2014 festival on Saturday 15th February, when Auckland’s Western Springs Stadium hosts one of the biggest outdoor concerts it has seen in many years.

Extremely strong ticket sales for this hotly anticipated summer event are testament to Eminem’s superstar status, and a reflection of his New Zealand
fans excitement at having never seen this Grammy and Oscar winning hip-hop icon perform in New Zealand before.

Tickets for all zones except the hill, have been sold out for well over a month but now Dainty Group is pleased to announce that there will be one final and very limited release of tickets at 9am this Friday 31st January through Ticketmaster.

This final release of allocated tickets includes options for previously sold out areas including the very limited ‘Lose Yourself Zone’ located in front of the stage and ‘The Red Zone’, in the remainder of the general field area.

One shot; one opportunity; previously sold out zones on sale from Ticketmaster this Friday at 9am. Ticket prices start at just $105 (plus fees).

RAPTURE 2014 featuring EMINEM
Auckland: Saturday 15 February, 2014 – Western Springs Stadium
Tickets: www.ticketmaster.co.nz 09 970 9700 / 0800 111 999

VIP & Fan Packages from www.showbiznz.co.nz

VISIT: http://www.eminem.com/

About Dainty Group
Dainty Group has produced and promoted concert tours including The Rolling Stones, Michael Buble, Bon Jovi, Eminem, Nickelback, Paul McCartney, George Michael, U2, Prince, Yusuf (Cat Stevens), Janet Jackson, Duran Duran, Seal, Delta Goodrem, Neil Diamond, Guns N Roses, Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull & Taio Cruz, Tony Bennett, David Bowie, Cliff Richard & The Shadows, Iron Maiden, Miley Cyrus, Spandau Ballet, Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, Il Divo, Britney Spears, kd lang, Stevie Wonder, Jerry Seinfeld, Robin Williams and Chris Rock. Dainty Group has also produced Sports Entertainment Events including Jeremy Clarkson’s Top Gear Live (in conjunction with the BBC), World Wrestling Entertainment and the leading free style motocross brand Crusty Demons as well as Theatrical Productions including Jersey Boys, Mamma Mia!, Billy Crystal’s 700 Sundays, Hairspray the Musical, The Rocky Horror Show and Barry Humphries' Eat Pray Laugh.
www.daintygroup.com

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