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Kodaline Opens NZ Show To All Ages

< Kodaline Opens NZ Show To All Ages


Due to demand, Irish band Kodaline’s show at The Powerstation, Auckland on March 30th has been opened to an ‘All Ages’ show.


While the initial show was an over-18 event, there will now be an ‘All Ages’ area to accommodate all New Zealand fans!

‘All Ages’ Tickets to the Kodaline show are on sale now from Ticketmaster: http://bit.ly/KodalineAllAges

Dublin quartet Kodaline have been playing together since 15, growing up in the small Irish town of Swords, before joining the local band circuit in Dublin.

Their debut 11-track LP In A Perfect World has been received with open arms by the international press and beautiful tracks like All I Want and High Hopes
reveal anthemic songwriting, epic melodies and stirring choruses that inspire the crowd sing-alongs their live shows are renowned for.


TICKETS ON SALE NOW

KODALINE: NZ SHOW DATE

with special guests
FIVE MILE TOWN

Sunday 30th March The Powerstation, Auckland All Ages/R18
www.ticketmaster.co.nz 09 970 9700 / 0800 111 999

For more information go to:
www.chuggentertainment.com
www.kodaline.com
www.fivemiletownband.com
KODALINE OPENS NZ SHOW TO ALL AGES


Due to demand, Irish band Kodaline’s show at The Powerstation, Auckland on March 30th has been opened to an ‘All Ages’ show.
While the initial show was an over-18 event, there will now be an ‘All Ages’ area to accommodate all New Zealand fans!

‘All Ages’ Tickets to the Kodaline show are on sale now from Ticketmaster: http://bit.ly/KodalineAllAges

Dublin quartet Kodaline have been playing together since 15, growing up in the small Irish town of Swords, before joining the local band circuit in Dublin.
Their debut 11-track LP In A Perfect World has been received with open arms by the international press and beautiful tracks like All I Want and High Hopes
reveal anthemic songwriting, epic melodies and stirring choruses that inspire the crowd sing-alongs their live shows are renowned for.


TICKETS ON SALE NOW

KODALINE: NZ SHOW DATE

with special guests
FIVE MILE TOWN

Sunday 30th March The Powerstation, Auckland All Ages/R18
www.ticketmaster.co.nz 09 970 9700 / 0800 111 999

For more information go to:
www.chuggentertainment.com
www.kodaline.com
www.fivemiletownband.com

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