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Nick Cave Sold Out New Zealand shows 2014

Nick Cave Sold Out New Zealand shows 2014

Sat 06 Dec SOLD OUT
Sun 07 Dec SOLD OUT
CIVIC THEATRE Auckland
www.ticketmaster.co.nz

Mon 08 Dec SOLD OUT
Tue 09 Dec SOLD OUT
ST JAMES THEATRE Wellington
www.ticketek.co.nz

Kiwis really showed their love for Nick Cave this morning when all four of his New Zealand shows sold out within minutes. There will be no extra New Zealand performances this time round due to an intense tour schedule but if you're lucky enough to make it across the ditch, there's a been a few extra shows announced to meet the incredible demand, full details below. Don't forget you can catch 20,000 Days On Earth at the NZ International Film Festival in anticipation for these incredible shows. The film portrays a fictionalized 24 hours in Nick's life. With startlingly frank insights and an intimate portrayal of the artistic process, the film examines what makes us who we are, and celebrates the transformative power of the creative spirit. The film made its World Premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, where it was awarded “Best Directing” and “Best Editing” Awards in the World Cinema Documentary category and was selected to open this year's Sydney Film Festival. The film is set to an original score by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis. Also available instores now is LIVE AT KCRW - The fourth official live album in the band’s history features a stripped-down line-up performing classic Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds material alongside four songs from their recent global hit album ‘Push the Sky Away’.Watch a 20,000 Days On Earth clip here – screening at the NZ International Film Festival!
#20000daysonearth New Zealand International Film Festival Screenings
Go to www.nziff.co.nz for further details

JULY 18 - The Civic, Auckland, 8.45pm
JULY 22 - The Civic, Auckland, 4.00pm

JULY 27 - The Embassy Theatre, Wellington 8.15pm
AUGUST 1 - The Embassy Theatre, Wellington 11.00pm
AUGUST 8 - The Roxy, Wellington 6.30pmNICK CAVE
LIVE IN CONCERT
AUSTRALIA & NZ NOVEMBER & DECEMBER 2014

Dates and details

Thu 27 Nov ON SALE NOW
Fri 28 Nov ALMOST SOLD OUT – HURRY!
FREMANTLE ARTS CENTRE Perth
www.heatseeker.com.au

Sun 30 Nov ALMOST SOLD OUT – HURRY!
FESTIVAL THEATRE Adelaide
www.adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au

Wed 03 Dec ON SALE NOW
BRISBANE CONVENTION CENTRE Brisbane
www.ticketek.com.au

Thu 04 Dec ON SALE NOW
GOLD COAST CONVENTION & EXHIBITION CENTRE Gold Coast
www.ticketek.com.au

Sat 06 Dec SOLD OUT
Sun 07 Dec SOLD OUT
CIVIC THEATRE Auckland
www.ticketmaster.co.nz

Mon 08 Dec SOLD OUT
Tue 09 Dec SOLD OUT
ST JAMES THEATRE Wellington
www.ticketek.co.nz

Thu 11 Dec SOLD OUT
Fri 12 Dec SOLD OUT
Sat 13 Dec NEW SHOW - ALMOST SOLD OUT – HURRY!
STATE THEATRE Sydney
www.ticketmaster.com.au

Tue 16 Dec SOLD OUT
Wed 17 Dec NEW SHOW - ON SALE NOW
PLENARY, MELBOURNE CONVENTION & EXHIBITION CENTRE Melbourne
www.oztix.com.au

Tickets on sale now!

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