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The Sound of Music – PWV Presale!

The Sound of Music – PWV Presale!

We are excited to announce the world’s best-loved musical, The Sound of Music will be lighting up our city with some of our most memorable tunes, in just a few weeks’ time!

Due to overwhelming demand, new shows have been released. To show how much we appreciate our loyal subscribers, we are happy to announce we have an exclusive presale ticket offer open today until Friday 22 August. The presale for the final eight performances (23 - 28 September) at the St James Theatre in Wellington is on now; we wouldn't want you to miss out. To access this presale, use the password MOUNTAIN

Positively Wellington Venues Presale
Starts: Now
Ends: Friday 22 August, 4:30pm
On sale to public: Friday 22 August, 5pm

It’s the perfect family treat!

Book now

ENDS

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