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HI-5 New Zealand tour to be rescheduled


HI-5 New Zealand tour to be rescheduled.


MONDAY JANUARY 11, 2016 – Due to a change in international filming commitments the Hi-5 HOUSE OF DREAMS tour is being rescheduled to the 2016 September/October school holidays.

The tour, promoted exclusively by Live Nation, will now commence at Auckland’s ASB Theatre on Saturday October 1 before heading onto Christchurch’s Isaac Theatre Royal and finally to Wellington’s Opera House.

Live Nation and Hi-5 apologies for any inconvenience this may cause and hope that all New Zealand Hi-5 fans will be able to attend this shows later this year.

People holding tickets to current shows will be able to transfer these to the rescheduled shows through the relevant ticketing agencies.

Hi-5 are still looking forward to returning to New Zealand and thrilled to be on free-to-air with their broadcast partners Channel FOUR.

“We love our New Zealand fans and we can’t wait to sing and dance with them later this year!” says Mary. “Being on Channel FOUR is such an honour and we’re so happy to return to our loyal fans in NZ.”

The Hi-5 House of Dreams tour gives audiences an invitation to the most exciting "slumber party" ever! There's not much sleeping but lots of singing and dancing and adventure when our favourite puppet, Chats, takes control of the Hi-5's dreams and makes them come true!

Using Chats' Magic Dream Catcher audiences will travel through jungles, fairy grottos, underwater coral gardens, the Wild West and even outer space. This interactive and energetic show will have audiences totally immersed in the world of dreams.

Hi-5 House of Dreams is a whimsical trip into a fantasy adventure where you can catch your favourite Hi-5 songs - Underwater Discovery, Move your Body, It's a Party and Living in a Rainbow and plenty of new songs with the Hi-5 gang - Stevie, Mary, Tanika, Ainsley and Dayen.

Join Hi-5 for their Hi-5 House of Dreams stage show as they travel across New Zealand in the September/October school holidays!

2016 National Tour Dates:

ASB THEATRE, AUCKLAND
SATURDAY 1 OCTOBER

ISAAC THEATRE ROYAL, CHRISTCHURCH
WEDNESDAY 5 OCTOBER

BRUCE MASON CENTRE, AUCKLAND
SATURDAY 8 OCTOBER

TICKETS ON SALE NOW

For complete tour and ticket information, visit: www.hi-5world.com & www.livenation.co.nz


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