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Lorde Dunedin Show Sells Out in under an Hour!

Lorde Dunedin Show Sells Out in under an Hour!

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Frontier Touring and Brent Eccles Entertainment wish to advise that Grammy award-winning LORDE'S upcoming concert at the Town Hall in Dunedin has now completely sold out after going on sale at midday today! There will be no second show announced in Dunedin.

LORDE'S first ever headline tour of New Zealand will commence late October as she brings her largest stage production to date to our four major centres! About to embark on a substantial US tour which will also take in two dates in Canada, LORDE and her band have put a major focus on making sure their live show is the absolutely ultimate concert experience for fans.

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. Debut album Pure Heroine scaled the US Top 10 and amassed platinum sales all over. She then 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. Other accolades include Best International Female Artist at The Brits, a swag of NZ Music awards and Best Rock Video at this year's MTV awards.

LORDE - don't miss out when she brings her outstanding international show back home to NZ!


2014 New Zealand Tour Dates

General public tickets on sale now!


Horncastle Arena


Ph: 0800 842 538


Town Hall

Ticket Direct

Ph: 0800 224 224


TSB Bank Arena


Ph: 0800 842 538

Vector Arena


Ph: 0800 111 999


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