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Ben Howard Now at the Auckland Town Hall

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Ben Howard Now at the Auckland Town Hall

AUCKLAND
Saturday 2nd August
Auckland Town Hall

Due to the huge demand around Ben Howards first visit to New Zealand, the decision has been made to move to a larger venue. Ben will now be performing at Auckland Town Hall on Saturday August 2nd.

All tickets for the two original Studio shows on August 2nd & 3rd will be valid for this new show on August 2nd at the Town Hall

We really hope the date-change isn't an inconvenience for too many of you and if that is the case any refunds will be available from point of purchase Ticketek .

Please note additional new Tickets for the show on August 2nd at Auckland Town Hall will be available from Ticketmaster.co.nz from 2pm on this Monday 28th July.

It's going to be a special night.


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