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Miley Cyrus: News Flash!

Monday 25 August 2014

MILEY CYRUS BANGERZ TOUR 2014

MILEY CYRUS PRE-SALE HUGE DEMAND AND SHE WINS VIDEO OF THE YEAR!

As expected, today’s Miley Cyrus pre-sale for her show at Auckland’s Vector Arena proved to be a red-hot ticket and all pre-sale tickets were quickly sold out.

But fans need not panic just yet. The good news is that for this Thursday’s general public on-sale there is an allocation of tickets in each section that have been held back and will be available for purchase. These include some floor tickets and are across all sections of seats.

A word to the wise though – it’s unlikely that these will last very long so be prepared to get in quick and secure yourself a ticket to the Bangerz Tour, the most explosive show of the year!

Please note again – it is ONE SHOW ONLY. There will NOT be any more nights added.

This Thursday 28th at 9am the remaining tickets will go on-sale from Ticketmaster.co.nz.

Get in quick, and don’t forget – there is NO SECOND SHOW!

In other exciting news, Miley continues to make global headlines today when she made a triumphant return to the MTV Video Music Awards 2014. She scooped the coveted Video Of The Year award for her video for the massive #1 hit song ‘Wrecking Ball’, and used this moment to encourage donations to a charity called My Friend’s Place, a resource and refuge centre for homeless youth in Hollywood, Los Angeles County.

Bangerz Tour. Vector Arena October 8th.

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

Ticketmaster.co.nz - 0800 111 999

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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