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Manpower Sell Out First Auckland And Christchurch Shows

MANPOWER SELL OUT FIRST AUCKLAND AND CHRISTCHURCH SHOWS

2ND SHOWS ON SALE NOW!

The world renowned male strip revue show direct from Vegas MANPOWER AUSTRALIA has sold out its Auckland show at the North Shore Events centre.

The second Auckland date is still on sale via Eventfinder. Ticket sales for the unmissable girls night out are proving to be the hottest tickets across NZ with one of the Christchurch shows also selling out.

Direct from Vegas and a sellout tour in Australia, the No. 1 Male Revue Show in the World will bring their world class costumes, state-of-the art lighting and dynamic dance routines to venues the length of the country. The limited but intense season begins in Hamilton on the 9th of April and continues throughout the main centers and many of the provinces.
Coming to a town near you!

Tour dates

9 April, Founders Theatre, HAMILTON
11 April, North Shore Events Centre, AUCKLAND
12 April, North Shore Events Centre, AUCKLAND
13 April, Baycourt, TAURANGA
14 April, Municipal Theatre, NAPIER
15 April, Great Lakes Exhibition Hall, TAUPO
16 April, TSB Theatre, NEW PLYMOUTH
17 April, Arena 3, PALMERSTON NORTH
18 April, Wellington Opera House, WELLINGTON
21 April, Marlborough Civic Theatre, BLENHEIM
22 April, Caroline Bay Hall, TIMARU
23 April, Omaru Opera House, OMARU
24 April, Regent Theatre, DUNEDIN
25 April, Woolston Club, CHRISTCHURCH
26 April, Woolston Club, CHRISTCHURCH
[Bookings http://premier.ticketek.co.nz/shows/show.aspx?sh=MANPOWER14 ]

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