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Tickets for the 2014 Nelson Arts Festival are now on sale!

Tickets for the 2014 Nelson Arts Festival are now on sale!

The Festival programme was launched last Friday in the Refinery Artspace amidst great anticipation. There are many highlights, with 85 events from National and International artists to tempt you. In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Festival, Beyond, a stunning contemporary circus show from Australia, is a pick for both young and old. But there are many more to choose from!

You can see the full line up on the website nelsonartsfestival.co.nz, or pick up a programme at Nelson City Council, libraries, retailers, cafes and key visitor outlets in the region, plus at the Festival ticket stall at the Saturday Market.

Tickets are now on sale and selling like hot cakes. In particular, Beyond, Eleanor Catton and all the Page & Blackmore Readers and Writers events are selling very quickly. So don’t delay if these events interest you.

Early Bird Tickets are available until 31 August. Visit nelsonartsfestival.co.nz, the Theatre Royal box office week days, Nelson i-SITE or the Festival ticket booth at the Saturday Market to purchase tickets.

See you at the Festival!

ENDS

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