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Tickets still available to Lorde’s show at Silo Park tonight

Tickets still available to Grammy-winner Lorde’s show at Silo Park tonight

Hot off the plane from her award-winning trip to the 56th Annual Grammy Awards, double-winner Lorde will grace New Zealand with her only summer performance - tonight at Silo Park.

There are still tickets available to this very special show through the Laneway Festival website. Make sure you grab a ticket quick - the show will not be accessible without one (Laneway passes do not permit entry).

At the rate Ella’s going, who knows when we’ll get see her next - don’t miss out on a remarkable moment in New Zealand music.

Our good lady Lorde will be joined by local solo wonderkid Watercolours and intergalactic trip-hoppers Doprah. Both these crews warmed the stage at the sold-out Laneway Festival on Monday to much acclaim - so head along early to get a glimpse of these steadily-rising talents.


LORDE, WATERCOLOURS AND DOPRAH - TONIGHT
Tickets are only available from http://auckland.lanewayfestival.com.au/

The artists will perform at the following times:

7.00pm Doprah
7.50pm Watercolours
9.00pm Lorde

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