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ASB getting customers up close with 5 Seconds of Summer

Thursday 12 July 2018

ASB is giving ten lucky Kiwis the chance to meet one of the biggest musical groups in the world, 5 Seconds of Summer.

The band will be performing at an exclusive acoustic showcase for 200 people in Auckland ahead of their main show, with five fans being given a VIP double-pass and the chance to meet the group.

“We’re thrilled to be able to offer our customers this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity,” says ASB GM marketing Shane Evans.

“Being able to get fans up close with the band for such an intimate event is huge.”

Tickets to the show aren’t available for purchase and can only be won by ASB customers or via media partner ZM.

Winners will get to see the band perform tracks from their new album Youngblood, be part of a Q&A session with the group and walk away with a 5 Seconds of Summer goodie bag, as well as an invite to the after party.

The intimate show will be held at Eden Park on Tuesday 7 August, and is presented by ASBmusicnz – a partnership between ASB and Universal Music New Zealand.

To be in the draw to win tickets, ASB customers need to fill out the entry form and answer the 5 Seconds of Summer quiz at asb.co.nz/music before July 29.

Winners will be drawn at random on July 30, 2018.

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