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Celtic Thunder Cancels New Zealand Tour

Celtic Thunder Cancels New Zealand Tour

Celtic Thunder, Nine Live and Universal Music regret to announce that due to scheduling issues beyond their control, Celtic Thunder is required to cancel its MYTHOLOGY tour of New Zealand, due to take place in May this year.

Celtic Thunder’s Ryan Kelly said “I am disappointed that we will not be touring in New Zealand this year. It’s such an amazing country and I know we were all looking forward to interacting with our Kiwi fans. I was really looking forward to the tour and know that we will do our best to bring a Celtic Thunder show to New Zealand in the not too distant future.”

Kelly also said “on behalf of all the guys and the team at Celtic Thunder, we would like to extend a big thank you to all of our New Zealand fans for their continued support.”     

All ticket purchasers are entitled to a full refund. Customers who purchased online or over the phone will automatically be refunded to the credit card used during booking. Please allow 7 working days to receive your refund. Customers who purchased at a ticket agency, outlet or venue box office are advised to return to the place of purchase with your ticket(s) to obtain your refund.

www.ticketek.co.nz or Phone 0800 842 538
www.ticketmaster.co.nz or Phone 0800 111 999
www.ticketdirect.co.nz or Phone 0800 224 224

All refunds must be processed prior to Friday 21 March 2014. Please contact your ticket agent prior to this date.
Celtic Thunder’s Australian MYTHOLOGY tour will continue as planned, commencing in Hobart on 12 May, closing in Perth on 13 June. 

ENDS

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