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Peaches Announces Second Auckland Show

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PEACHES ANNOUNCES SECOND AUCKLAND SHOW

Friday, November 4 - Peaches has sold out another show - with her Auckland concert on December 18 fully booked. Fans who missed out have another chance with a second Auckland date added today. Tickets are on sale now at www.nonstoptix.com. This is the fourth and final show on the Peaches tour.

PEACHES
San Fran, Wellington | Friday December 16, Doors 8pm - sold out
San Fran, Wellington | Saturday December 17, Doors 8pm - tickets on sale now
Kings Arms, Auckland | Sunday December 18, Doors 5pm for a sunset show
Kings Arms, Auckland | Monday December 19, Doors 8pm

Tickets from www.nonstoptix.com

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