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Civic Events presents Sara Bareilles in NZ this September!

Civic Events presents Sara Bareilles in NZ this September!


SARA BAREILLES
Performing one show at
Auckland’s iconic Holy Trinity Cathedral
Friday 26th September 2014

New Zealand fans were introduced to Sara Bareilles in 2007 with her massive hit, LOVE SONG which reached #7 on the New Zealand charts. LOVE SONG was the first single from her million+ selling and multi-grammy nominated debut album LITTLE VOICE.

Bareilles' 2nd album KALEIDOSCOPE HEART was released in September of 2010 and debuted at #1 on the Billboard top 200 chart. In early 2012, Bareilles released a documentary called “A Trace of the Sun: Volunteering in Japan,” which chronicled her trip to Japan where she joined All Hands Volunteer efforts in the city of Ofunato after the 2011 earthquake and subsequent tsunami. Soon after she released her critically acclaimed ONCE UPON A TIME EP, which was produced by singer/songwriter; Ben Folds.

In 2013, Sara moved to New York where she wrote, recorded and co-produced her third full-length album; THE BLESSED UNREST. The album was released in July 2013 and features her smash hit single BRAVE co-written withJack Antonoff from the band FUN. BRAVE topped the international charts and went to #4 on the national New Zealand charts. The BRAVE video has had 30+ million views worldwide on youtube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUQsqBqxoR4
Sara’s most recent single from the album is the equally as ‘engaging’ – apologies for the pun –
I CHOOSE YOU. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xjE5D9cHiOk

Civic Events are proud to announce Sara Bareilles performing in concert for the very first time in New Zealand. Sara will perform one very special show only at Auckland’s iconic Holy Trinity Cathedral. She will perform accompanied by two other musicians, for what is sure to be a truly memorable evening enhanced even more by taking place at such an extraordinary venue.

Tickets for Sara Bareilles @ The Holy Trinity Cathedral will be on sale from 12 noon on Thursday August 7th through www.ticketmaster.co.nz or phone 0800 999 111 and the usual ticketing outlets.


Friday 26th September Holy Trinity Cathedral - Auckland.
Cnr St Stephens Ave & Parnell Rd, Parnell
Tickets available through Ticketmaster.
www.ticketmaster.co.nz or phone 0800 999 111

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