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Tash Sultana Announces July New Zealand Tour

Tash Sultana Announces July New Zealand Tour



Tash Sultana returns to New Zealand hot on the heels of a stunning performance at Auckland City Limits and two previous sell-out tours of the country.

The Australian artist plays her biggest headline shows here yet in July as part of a worldwide tour that continues to sell out in every country she announces.

From busking in the streets of Melbourne to amassing hundreds of millions of streams and wowing audiences with her virtuosic playing of over 20 instruments, Tash is a true sensation.

In December she broke the attendance record at her hometown Margaret Court Arena.

With an album due out this year and a brand new live show coming, these tickets will be in hot demand for a must see show.

Tickets go on sale to the public this Thursday 8 March at 10am

CRS presents TASH SULTANA NZ TOUR
July 24 Auckland Town Hall
tickets from Ticketmaster

July 25 Wellington Opera House
tickets from Ticketmaster

July 27 Christchurch Horncastle Arena
tickets from Ticketek

July 28 Dunedin Town Hall
tickets from Ticketmaster

www.tashsultana.com


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