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2degrees and iHeart Radio present Ed Sheeran in concert

16th April 2014

2degrees and iHeart Radio present Ed Sheeran in concert…for free

2degrees and iHeartRadio have teamed up to bring top British singer songwriter Ed Sheeran to New Zealand shores for a one off show in Auckland at the ASB Theatre on April 30th.

"2degrees is excited to be partnering with iHeartRadio to bring this fantastic event to Kiwi fans – and it’s all on the house. We are extremely grateful Sheeran has made time in his busy schedule for this one-off exclusive show - particularly given he is in such huge demand right now prior to the release of his new album X, " says Malcolm Phillipps, 2degrees Chief Marketing Officer.

With tickets initially available through the iHeartRadio website up until 17th April, over a thousand free tickets will then be made available exclusively to 2degrees customers. Customers can register for these tickets on the 2degrees website from Thursday.

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