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Andrea Bocelli Announces 2014 Australian and NZ Tour

Andrea Bocelli Announces 2014 Australian and New Zealand Tour

I.L.S & Big Deal Touring has today announced that international vocal superstar Andrea Bocelli will be visiting Australia and New Zealand this September for a series of major stadium concerts nationally.

With celebrated opera conductor, Eugene Kohn and accompanied by the Australian Philharmonic Orchestra, the legendary Italian tenor will perform a series of concerts across Auckland, Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth.

Andrea Bocelli will be performing a number of hits from his latest album "Passione"- a collection of some of the most beautiful love songs ever.

With one of the most recognisable voices in modern music, Andrea Bocelli is a global icon who has forged a career spanning almost 20 years, selling over a staggering 80 million records worldwide. Since 1994, Bocelli has recorded 14 solo albums in both pop and classical music, and his album, The best Of Andrea Bocelli is currently at number 16 on the classic crossover Aria charts, holdi ng a position in the charts for an amazing record breaking 297 weeks.

Andrea Bocelli last toured in Australia in 2008 performing sell-out stadium concerts to an audience of over 65,000.

An exclusive pre-sale for American Express Card Members will offer first access to tickets from 12pm Thursday 3rd April, and general public tickets will go on sale from 11th April 2014.

PERFORMANCE INFORMATION Auckland Vector Arena September 11th Brisbane Entertainment Centre September 14th Sydney Allphones Arena September 16th Adelaide Entertainment Centre September 18th Melbourne Rod Laver Arena September 21st Perth Arena September 24th

TICKET SALE DATES American Express Card Members April 3rd - 4th pre-sale April 5th - 8th Pinpoint & nbsp; April 5th - 8th Ticketek pre-sale April 9 - 10th General Public April 11th

Tickets are on sale via in Australia and in New Zealand with prices starting at $99.00 per person.

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