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Lionel Richie And John Farnham - New Release of Tickets

For immediate release:  Friday 21 February, 2014

LIONEL RICHIE AND JOHN FARNHAM
ONE STAGE, TWO MUSIC LEGENDS, THREE SPECIAL SHOWS

CHRISTCHURCH.  NEW PLYMOUTH.  AUCKLAND.

ALL THE HITS - ALL NIGHT LONG

NEW RELEASE OF TICKETS ON SALE FOR ALL THREE NZ SHOWS
FROM MONDAY 24 FEBRUARY AT 9AM

This March, superstars Lionel Richie and John Farnham will perform in a co- headlining tour across New Zealand, playing Christchurch, New Plymouth and Auckland shows.  
Fans can expect two incredible performances of their hits --- old, new and re-imagined.

The demand for tickets to Lionel and John’s Australian shows has been phenomenal, and all of their tour dates are sold out or very close to selling out.

For their three New Zealand shows the venue capacities are being reconfigured to cater for demand and new tickets are being made available and released on Monday 24th February.

This fresh release of tickets covers the newly expanded areas, and includes a special price ticket that starts at just $79.00 (plus fees).

Limited allocations of premium tickets are still available in the platinum and goldareas, but they are selling fast.

New Release Tickets go on sale at 9am on Monday 24 February from Ticketek and Ticketmaster

Five-time Grammy winner Lionel Richie is a music icon known for his solo hits and as a member of the Commodores.  Collectively he has sold more than 100 million albums, 
and written and recorded chart-topping  hits including “Hello” “Easy” and “All Night Long.”

John Farnham, a master performer whose classic album “Whispering Jack” is owned by millions, has a long-held nickname that still says it all: The Voice.  This year, 
Farnham was voted best Australian singer of all time in a poll of 100 singers and musicians.

Lionel Richie and John Farnham promises to be a unique, not-to-be-missed concert event.

NEW ZEALAND Tour dates:

Thursday March 20 – Christchurch, CBS Arena
www.ticketek.co.nz or 0800 842 538

Saturday March 22 – New Plymouth, TSB Bowl of Brooklands
www.ticketmaster.co.nz or 0800 111 999

Sunday March 23 – Auckland, Vector Arena
www.ticketmaster.co.nz or 0800 111 999

New Release Tickets go on sale at 9am on Monday 24 February
For further information go to: www.daintygroup.com

ENDS

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