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Shania Twain Adds Second Auckland Show


Shania Twain

The Queen of Country Pop Adds Second Auckland Show on First Ever

New Zealand Tour Following Sell-Out


FRIDAY APRIL 6, 2018 – The world’s top-selling female country artist of all time, SHANIA TWAIN, has confirmed she will play a second and final Auckland show when her NOW Tour comes to Australia and New Zealand this December – marking her long awaited, highly anticipated first ever New Zealand concert dates during her expansive career.

Following the sell-out of her first Auckland show and to meet feverish demand for tickets, Shania will play a second night at Spark Arena on Wednesday, December 19 before heading South to her second home where she will perform at Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin.

Tickets for the final Auckland show go on sale at 2pm next Friday, April 13.

My Live Nation members can be among the first to secure tickets during the pre-sale commencing 11am Tuesday, April 10.

For complete tour, ticket and VIP Experience information, visit: livenation.com.au.

Shania is a five-time GRAMMY Award-winner and the reigning Queen of Country Pop, with more than 90 million albums sold worldwide. In New Zealand, the September 2017 release of NOW debuted at #3 on the RIANZ Album chart, following 2002’s UP! and 1997’s hugely successful Come On Over. Hitting #1 in 1999, Come On Over spent 23 non-consecutive weeks at the top spot amassing sales in excess of 21-times Platinum. The album is home to four hit singles: “You’re Still The One”, “From This Moment”, “That Don’t Impress Me Much” and “Man I Feel Like A Woman”.

Touring in celebration of her album NOW, these will be Shania’s first New Zealand shows;


SPARK ARENA, AUCKLAND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18 – SOLD OUT
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19 – NEW SHOW

FORSYTH BARR STADIUM, DUNEDIN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22

**NEW AUCKLAND SHOW ON SALE 2PM FRIDAY APRIL 13
Dunedin shows On Sale Now

For complete tour and ticketing information, visit: www.shaniatwain.com & www.livenation.co.nz

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