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Tickets purchased via Showbiz still valid for Michael Bublè

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Tickets purchased via Showbiz still valid for Michael Bublè

Thursday 17 April 2014

Important notice for Michael Bublè ticket holders purchased through Show Biz.

Dainty Group is taking responsibility for all ticket and packages purchased through Show Biz Australia and NewZealand.

Show Biz announced the company was going into voluntary administration on April 4.

Ticket holders who purchased tickets via Showbiz International for Michael Bublè will receive an email in the coming days.

All tickets and packages are being hounded by Dainty Group and remain valid for the relevant performances.

For more information contact michaelbublevip@daintygroup.com or visit daintygroup.com.

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