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Queen + Adam Lambert - Second Auckland Show Announced

For immediate release: 5pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014


DUE TO HUGE DEMAND DURING THE PRE-SALE
A SECOND AUCKLAND SHOW IS ANNOUNCED

TICKETS FOR BOTH SHOWS GO ON SALE 9AM TOMORROW!

Tickets to the QUEEN + ADAM LAMBERT New Zealand tour go on sale to the public at 9am tomorrow. To meet the demand in the pre-sale period an extra show has been added in Auckland where
there will now be 2 shows going on sale through Ticketmaster.

The shows are:

AUCKLAND - Wednesday 3 September – Vector Arena
AUCKLAND – Thursday 4 September – Vector Arena

TICKETS ON SALE 9AM TOMORROW THURSDAY 24 JULY FROM TICKETMASTER OR 0800 111 999

Rolling Stone said: “Lambert astounded the audience on songs like ‘We Will Rock You’ and the closing ‘We Are The Champions’ and ‘Crazy Little Thing Called Love’.”

Billboard said: “It was the most anticipated act of the night…Queen effectively stole the show, with timeless songs that music fans of all genres can sing along to.”

Hollywood Reporter said: “Adam Lambert, Queen bring down the iHeart house. With the perfect mix of rock attitude mixed with style, theatricality, sex appeal and impressive
vocal gymnastics, [Lambert] took the band’s music to new heights.”

WATCH QUEEN + ADAM LAMBERT SIZZLE REEL

SEE QUEEN + ADAM LAMBERT PHOTOS

NEW ZEALAND TOUR DATES

AUCKLAND – Wednesday 3rd and Thursday 4th September – Vector Arena

TICKETS ON SALE 9AM TOMORROW FROM TICKETMASTER OR 0800 111 999


ABOUT DAINTY GROUP
Now producing and promoting shows across the United States, United Kingdom, South East Asia, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand, Dainty Group has become a global live entertainment company. Dainty Group has produced and promoted concert tours including, Michael Buble, Bon Jovi, Eminem, Nickelback, Paul McCartney, George Michael, U2, Prince, Yusuf (Cat Stevens), Janet Jackson, Duran Duran, Seal, Delta Goodrem, Neil Diamond, The Rolling Stones, Guns ‘N’ Roses, Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull, Tony Bennett, David Bowie, Cliff Richard & The Shadows, Iron Maiden, Miley Cyrus, Spandau Ballet, Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, Il Divo, Britney Spears, kd lang, Stevie Wonder, Jerry Seinfeld, Robin Williams and Chris Rock. Dainty Group has also produced Sports Entertainment Events including Jeremy Clarkson’s Top Gear Live (in conjunction with the BBC), World Wrestling Entertainment and the leading free style motocross brand Crusty Demons as well as Theatrical Productions including Jersey Boys, Mamma Mia!, Billy Crystal’s 700 Sundays, Hairspray the Musical, The Rocky Horror Show and Barry Humphries’ Eat Pray Laugh.


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