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Miley Cyrus Bangerz Tour Coming to Auckland!


New Zealand date confirmed for this October

Dainty Group announced today that global superstar Miley Cyrus will bring her BANGERZ TOUR to New Zealand in October this year. This will be Miley’s first ever visit to New Zealand and there will only be one Auckland show before she takes her tour to Australia.

Wednesday 8th October – Vector Arena, Auckland

The highly anticipated BANGERZ Tour is sure to deliver the most explosive show of the year! Miley’s undeniable powerhouse voice and incredible stage presence
will make this a massive jaw-dropping non-stop party like no other!

A Dainty Group pre-sale will commence on Monday 25th August at 9am and extend to Tuesday 26th August at 9pm, with all details available at
Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Thursday 28th August at 9am from To register for the pre-sale, sign up at

Miley Cyrus Tour Trailer: Click here to view the BANGERZ TOUR
Miley Cyrus BANGERZ Vevo Tour Exposed: Click here to view
TheBANGERZ TOUR has been getting rave reviews in the US:

“GRADE: A / SHE BANGZ: MILEY’S MAD TOUR KICKOFF – So went the brain-sizzling opening date of her new tour as pop’s most wickedly joyous artist prodded the limits of her recently reinvented self…
She sold a fresh teen idol the old-fashioned way: dazzling her audience, even when she was just singing her heart out.” Entertainment Weekly

8 MOST OUTRAGEOUS MOMENTS OF MILEY CYRUS’ ‘BANGERZ’ SHOW – Miley Cyrus kicked off her much-hyped Bangerz world tour with both her immense talent and self-deprecation intact.

Cyrus delivered fantastic vocals all evening long. It was a cavalcade of sparkling onesies, the likes of which are only otherwise seen at world championship skating competitions. She appeared to be the most organically inspired and seemed to be having the most fun. Without question, she proved that talent beyond any doubt. She nailed her vocals throughout the entertaining evening.” Rolling Stone

“MILEY LAUNCHES TOUR IN VANCOUVER WITH SASS, SHOWMANSHIP – She belted out the songs like a diva with a grudge… she can hit those notes and hold them,
and many of the songs showcase this brilliantly… Cyrus has the charisma and maybe the smarts to be the post-Madonna Madonna. She can use her sexuality and mock it;
she recognizes talent in others; she might even have the sixth sense of knowing where the culture is going, or where it can be taken. She also seems approachable, on- and off-stage,
in a way that Madonna never did. At the moment at least, no one is better at being Miley Cyrus than Miley Cyrus.” USA Today

Miley’s latest album Bangerz debuted at #1 on both the Billboard Top 200 Album chart and the Digital Album Charts. Additionally, during release week, Bangerz hit #1 on iTunes in over 70 countries.
The two singles taken from Bangerz have enjoyed and created almost unprecedented success. “Wrecking Ball” and “We Can’t Stop”, have already sold 4.3 million copies in the U.S. alone and topped
the chart in many countries around the world including New Zealand, where they are both multi-platinum selling singles.
The accompanying video clips both made history by becoming the most viewed clips across Vevo platforms within the first day of release (in excess of 10 million each).
“Wrecking Ball” created the record that still stands – with almost 20 million first day views, over 100 million views within the week and now at over 400 million.

Miley Cyrus is a world renowned entertainer with record breaking success in film, television and music. She is a multiplatinum recording artist and has sold over 12 million albums and 20 million tracks in the US alone.

The BANGERZ TOUR dates: Auckland – Vector Arena, Wednesday 8th October Melbourne - Rod Laver Arena, Friday 10th October Brisbane - Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Wednesday 15th October Sydney - Allphones Arena, Friday 17th October Adelaide - Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Monday 20th October Perth - Perth Arena, Thursday 23rd October


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