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Ricky Martin Returns to New Zealand

Ricky Martin Returns to New Zealand

THE GRAMMY WINNING GLOBAL SUPERSTAR AND CURRENT COACH ON THE VOICE WILL MAKE HIS HIGHLY-ANTICIPATED RETURN TO THE NEW ZEALAND CONCERT STAGES IN APRIL 2015 –

TICKETS ON SALE FROM 10AM, WEDNESDAY JULY 23RD

Fresh from performing ‘Vida’ on The Voice in Sydney, Nine Live and Sony Music Entertainment are proud to announce that GRAMMY winning music superstar Ricky Martin will return to New Zealand in April next year for his One World Tour (see full dates below).

Ricky Martin last visited New Zealand back in October 2000, for what was the biggest concert that the country had ever seen! With the One World Tour and his return to New Zealand 15 years after his last tour, tickets are sure to be in high demand!

I am so excited to bring my new One World Tour to New Zealand next year and see all of my loving & loyal Kiwi fans after such a long, long time,” says Martin. “I am looking forward to playing some new material that I have been working on this year, some of my classics and perhaps a few surprises!

Advance tickets for the One World Tour will be available at the Visa Entertainment presale for all Visa Credit, Debit and Prepaid cardholders from 12noon (local time) Friday 18 July 2014 until 5pm (local time) Sunday 20 July 2014 or until presale tickets sell out at www.visaentertainment.co.nz.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Wednesday July 23rd from 10am.

NEW ZEALAND ONE WORLD TOUR DATES

Friday, 17 April 2015 Vector Arena, Auckland Ticketmaster.co.nz

Saturday, 18 April 2015 TSB Arena, Wellington Ticketek.co.nz

Sunday, 19 April 2015 Claudelands Arena, Hamilton Ticketek.co.nz

Tuesday, 21 April 2015 CBS Canterbury Arena, Christchurch Ticketek.co.nz


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