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Michael Bublé NZ: final release of tickets, guests announced

Michael Bublé: final release of tickets and New York vocal group Naturally 7 announced as special guests


For immediate release: Tuesday 13th May 2014

Michael Bublé

Final Release of Tickets From $99.90 And Support Announced.

The countdown is on until Michael Bublé’s New Zealand Tour kicks off at Vector Arena!

For this, Michael’s first ever arena shows in New Zealand, fans can expect to see one of the most spectacular and classy events Vector Arena has ever hosted with two stages, pyrotechnics, an accomplished 13 piece jazz band and a huge theatre size screen with dazzling graphics.

Michael Bublé is a superstar artist – consistently smashing box office records, garnering rave reviews and putting on the ultimate crowd-pleasing performances wherever heplays.

His first New Zealand show is SOLD OUT, and today a final release of the last seats are being made available for his second show on Thursday May 22nd, from $99.90. Be quick!
Final tickets available now from www.ticketmaster.co.nz or 09 970 9700 / 0800 111 999

Now well into his 14 date Australian tour, critics are waxing lyrical about shows surpassing already huge expectations – the exquisite visuals, the high production values, the amazing musicianship, Michael’s candid humour, his audience rapport and of course, his voice. This is the live event that everyone will be talking about!


Click on the quotes below to read what the critics are saying about the shows:
"Song master Michael Bublé better than ever"
"Bublé is the ultimateshowman"

Dainty Group are also excited to announce that outstanding New York vocal group Naturally 7 will be joining the New Zealand tour as special international guests. No strangers to Michael Bublé tours, Naturally 7’s amazing harmonies accompanied by instruments replicated by their voices, make this 7-member group one of a kind.

Click on the link below to watch Michael Bublé sing an impromptu a cappella version of "Who's Lovin' You" at a New York City Subway stop with Naturally 7.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMEXQNvEszA

For further information on the shows go to:
www.daintygroup.com / www.michaelbuble.com/tour

Don’t Miss Your Chance To See Michael Bublé:

Wednesday May 21, 2014 – Auckland, Vector Arena – SOLD OUT
Thursday May 22, 2014 – Auckland, Vector Arena

Doors Open 6.30pm.
Naturally 7 on-stage approximately 7.30pm.

Tickets are on sale now!
www.ticketmaster.co.nz or 09 970 9700 / 0800 111 999

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