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Katy Perry Will Include NZ in her Prismatic World Tour 2014

27th February, 2014

Katy Perry Will Include New Zealand in her Prismatic World Tour 2014

International superstar and the hottest property in pop right now Katy Perry announced her Australian dates yesterday for The Prismatic World Tour in November 2014.

Dainty Group are thrilled to confirm that New Zealand date(s) will be included and an Auckland show will be announced soon. The Australian press release (as attached) confirms this intention and coinciding with its issue, the Roar singer tweeted "And don't worry, New Zealand…I'm coming to see you kiwis too! Dates announced soon!"

The 11 time Grammy nominated artist was last here in 2011, playing sold out Auckland and Wellington arena shows on her California Dreams Tour with www.stuff.co.nz hailing it as "one of the most extravagant and fun performances Vector Arena has seen”.

Katy Perry is touring in support of her smash hit album PRISM, and the press release notes that “a state-of-the art stage, specifically designed by Katy for the Prismatic World Tour, allows her to get closer to her fans than ever before. The one-of-a-kind set design will provide concert-goers with a truly magical experience from every angle in the arena.”

Get excited and stay tuned New Zealand, Katy Perry and Prismatic 2014 is heading our way!

ENDS

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