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Miley Cyrus Pre-Sale Starts at 9AM

Miley Cyrus Pre-Sale Starts at 9AM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 6am Monday 25 August 2014


MILEY CYRUS BANGERZ TOUR 2014


Two day pre-sale starts this morning!

Here’s a surprise......Miley has sure got people talking! Her New Zealand concert announcement trended #1 on Twitter, the newswires sparked electricity and the internet exploded!

Seriously though, with such a level of anticipation and interest we are just passing on word again that it will be ONE SHOW ONLY.

There will NOT be any more nights added.

The best way to be sure of a ticket purchase will be via the Dainty Group and Ticketmaster pre-sale that commences this morning Monday 25th August at 9am and extends to Tuesday 26th August at 9pm.

All details are at Daintygroup.com and Ticketmaster.co.nz

Bangerz Tour. Vector Arena October 8th.

For the first time in New Zealand. Miley Cyrus. In the flesh.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Thursday 28th August at 9am from Ticketmaster.co.nz. To register for the pre-sale, sign up at Daintygroup.com/VIP.

Miley Cyrus Tour Trailer: Click here to view the Bangerz Tour

Miley Cyrus BANGERZ Vevo Tour Exposed: Click here to view

The BANGERZ TOUR dates:

Auckland – Vector Arena, Wednesday 8th October

WEBSITE: www.mileycyrus.com

FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/mileycyrus

TWITTER: @mileycyrus

Tour Hashtag: #BangerzNZ

For additional ticket and tour information visit DaintyGroup.com

For VIP Packages, visit DaintyGroup.com/MileyPackages

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