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290 Additional Tickets for Andrea Bocelli Auckland Concert

Promoter Announces 290 Additional Tickets for Andrea Bocelli Auckland Concert

April 22, 2014 - By popular demand, I.L.S & Big Deal Touring has today announced the release of an additional 80 Bronze and 210 Silver tickets for Andrea Bocelli’s Auckland concert this September.

Tickets to see the world’s most beloved Tenor went on sale after the performer announced the tour on 1st April, and promoters have been overwhelmed by the demand, with both Bronze and Silver category tickets selling out.

Kicking off his tour at Auckland’s Vector Arena on 11th September, Andrea Bocelli will be visiting New Zealand and Australia this September for a series of major arena concerts. The legendary Italian tenor will perform in Auckland, Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth.

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 a staggering 80 million records worldwide. Since 1994, Bocelli has recorded 14 solo albums and his 1999 “Sacred Arias” album has sold over 5 million copies, making it the best-selling classical recording of all time. His pop career, which includes the much loved “Time To Say Goodbye”, a duet with Sarah Brightman that reached Number 1 in 1998 in charts around the world may have drawn millions in, but Bocelli has always enthusiastically shared his classical calling.

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

Tickets will be on sale via Ticketmaster.co.nz or AndreaBocelli.com/tickets with prices starting at $99.00 per person.

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