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Harry Styles: Extra tickets released

Harry Styles | Extra tickets released for one off Auckland show


Extra Tickets Released for One-Off Auckland Show at Spark Arena Due to Phenomenal Demand

Capping off an exceptional year for the UK superstar, Frontier Touring is delighted to announce that Harry Styles’ Spark Arena show on Saturday 2 December has been upgraded from theatre mode to full arena mode.

This upgrade is a response to the phenomenal demand for tickets, and to ensure as many fans as possible can attend Harry’s first ever New Zealand show.

Initial tickets sold out in just one day, so fans are encouraged to act quickly in purchasing new tickets when they go on sale on Friday 27 October (12noon NZDT) through Ticketmaster. Those who have already purchased tickets to the show will be contacted by Ticketmaster with further ticketing information.

Harry Styles’ self-titled debut album was released globally on Friday 12 May and is certified Gold in New Zealand. The 10-track album features lead single ‘Sign of the Times’ which topped the charts in over 84 countries upon release day, cementing his place as one of our favourite pop stars.

Styles has given a taste of his live show with his performance debut on NBC’s SaturdayNight Live, where he premiered the exclusive album track ‘Ever Since New York’ and the single ‘Sign of the Times’, with an additional stunning performances of the single on BBC talk show The Graham Norton Show following, and a live video of album track ‘Two Ghosts’ released last month.

These extra tickets will sell out; fans are encouraged to get in quick to avoid disappointment!

Presented by
Frontier Touring

Begins: Friday 27 Oct (12noon NZDT)

Saturday 2 December
Spark Arena | Auckland, NZ | All Ages | Ph: 0800 111 999


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