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LORDE NZ Tour Confirmed in Four Major Cities!

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NZ TOUR CONFIRMED IN FOUR MAJOR CITIES!

LORDE - New Zealand's #1 award winning artist is finally coming home! In what will be her first ever New Zealand headline tour, Frontier Touring and Brent Eccles Entertainment are stoked to bring you four epic shows across the country! The all ages concerts take place late October/ early November in Christchurch, Dunedin, Wellington and Auckland.

LORDE will floor her home country audiences by transporting her full international show to our four major cities. This is her largest stage production to date that flaunts cutting edge lighting and technology, and boosts her show to a visual and sonically theatrical experience.

About her upcoming tour Ella said "I've been itching to do a New Zealand tour ever since the Silo Park show, which was the most amazing crowd I've had yet. Kiwi audiences are the best, and I'm so happy to be playing the final shows for Pure Heroine here. It's only right I come full circle, back to where it all started".

LORDE has turned heads and defied preconceptions all whilst making a permanent impression across the globe. Her first release, The Love Club EP, became a viral phenomenon internationally, a nine week residency at the #1 spot in the American Billboard charts with Royals and multi-platinum sales in a multitude of territories.

Debut album Pure Heroine added further substance to LORDE'S extraordinary story. Scaling the US Top 10 and once again amassing platinum sales all over, LORDE stunned the world with an appearance at the 2013 Grammy awards where she picked up Best Song Of The Year and Best Pop Solo Performance. Success continued as she awarded Best International Female Artist at The Brits and a swag of NZ Music awards...

LORDE - bringing her outstanding international show back to NZ!

LORDE

2014 New Zealand Tour Dates

Frontier members pre-sale commences 2.00pm NZST on Thursday 28th August until 2pm NZST Friday 29th August 2014.

General public tickets on sale through Ticketmaster at 9.00am NZST Monday 1st September 2014.

MONDAY 27th OCTOBER CHRISTCHURCH

Horncastle Arena

Ticketek www.ticketek.co.nz

Ph: 0800 842 538

WEDNESDAY 29th OCTOBER DUNEDIN

Town Hall

Ticket Direct www.ticketdirect.co.nz

Ph: 0800 224 224

FRIDAY 31st OCTOBER WELLINGTON

TSB Bank Arena

Ticketek www.ticketek.co.nz

Ph: 0800 842 538

SATURDAY 1st NOVEMBER AUCKLAND
Vector Arena

Ticketmaster www.ticketmaster.co.nz

Ph: 0800 111 999

TICKETS FOR ALL SHOWS ON SALE MONDAY 1st SEPTEMBER at 9.00am!

www.lorde.co.nz | www.facebook.com/lordemusic

Twitter @lordemusic

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