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Oh What A Night!

OH WHAT A NIGHT!

The ultimate celebration of
Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons
Touring NZ this October
Tickets on sale NOW

Direct from Las Vegas, and incredible sold out concerts around the world, Oh What A Night! announces it’s returning to New Zealand to celebrate the music of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons. Oh What A Night! promises two hours of superb entertainment … Jersey style!

Sherry, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Walk Like A Man, Can’t Take My Eyes Off Your, My Eyes Adored You, Working My Way Back to You, Let’s Hang On and Who Loves You as well as Frankie Valli’s biggest solo hit from the blockbuster movie Grease. The show features a talented group of performers who look, act and sound just as amazing as Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons did so many years ago.

Oh What A Night! is an exciting musical revue written by Motown producer and creative consultant George Solomon, directed by award-winning producer-director Michael Chapman with choreography by Paul Holmquist.

Between the score of recognisable tunes, Oh What A Night! delivers informative and often hilarious banter between our stellar, high-spirited cast. The result is an exhilarating show that is as fresh and relevant today as it is nostalgic for the purists.

The audience gets to know and love the four dynamic talents and cheer their boundless energy, great choreography, humour and, of course, the instantly recognisable timeless classic hits. Experience two hours of superb entertainment from these Vegas stars.

Oh What A Night! dates

7 October Kerikeri Turner Centre Patronbase

8 October Whangarei Forum North Ticketek

9 October Auckland ASB Waterfront Theatre Waterfront

10 October Hamilton Claudelands Arena Ticketek

11 October Napier Municipal Theatre Ticketek

13 October New Plymouth TSB Showplace Ticketek

14 October Palmerston North Regent on Broadway Ticket Direct

15 October Paraparaumu Southwards Theatre Eventfinda

16 October Wellington Opera House Ticketmaster

17 October Blenheim ASB Theatre Ticketek

19 October Invercargill Civic Theatre Ticket Direct

20 October Dunedin Regent Theatre Ticket Direct

21 October Christchurch Isaac Theatre Royal Ticketek


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