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Wolf Alice Shortlist for Mercury Prize - Auckland Reschedule

WOLF ALICE
SHORTLISTED FOR PRESTIGIOUS
MERCURY MUSIC PRIZE + RESCHEDULE
AUCKLAND DATE

Frontier Touring wish to advise that Wolf Alice’s Auckland show has been rescheduled to accommodate the band’s attendance at the 2018 Hyundai Mercury Prize award ceremony in London, following news that their album Visions Of A Life has been shortlisted for Album Of The Year.

“We’re really sorry, but we had to reshuffle a couple of dates in Brisbane and New Zealand on our upcoming tour. We hope you can all still come and we are more than excited to be there. All original tickets are still valid. xxxx”

Wolf Alice have been shortlisted for the Mercury Prize Album Of The Year for the second time, for their acclaimed sophomore album Visions Of A Life. After debuting at #2 in the UK charts, the album - which features the songs ‘Yuk Foo’, ‘Beautifully Unconventional’, ‘Don’t Delete The Kisses’, ‘Formidable Cool’ and ‘Space & Time’ - was named in the top three best albums of 2017 by NME, Q and Drowned in Sound, and led to a BRIT Award nomination for Best British Group, as well as two NME Award nominations.

Wolf Alice’s Auckland show will now take place on Sunday 30 September (prev. Thu 20 Sep) at the originally announced venue, Powerstation.

Frontier Touring and Wolf Alice sincerely apologise to any ticketholders affected by the rescheduling. All existing ticketholders need not to take action as original purchases are valid for entry at the rescheduled show date. If the new date is not suitable, rest assured ticketholders will be able to secure a refund.

Wolf Alice have spent 2018 performing on tour and at festivals across the world, including support slots for Liam Gallagher, Queens of the Stone Age and the Foo Fighters. After a summer of huge festival performances including NYC Governors Ball, Latitude, Sziget, Lollapalooza, Summer Sonic in Tokyo and headlining the BBC Radio 1 stage at Reading & Leeds.

‘With a reputation for a ferocious live performance, Wolf Alice stuck an exclamation mark on a tour that has seen them scoring universally positive reviews. Ellie Rowsell is clearly the jewel in the band's crown, her stellar voice and magnetic presence reason enough to watch.’ – The Music

Secure the last remaining tickets to these sure to be memorable shows now!


WOLF ALICE
NEW ZEALAND
SEPTEMBER 2018

Presented by Frontier Touring,
95bFM & Under The Radar (New Zealand)


TICKETS ON SALE NOW


Sunday 30 September (Prev. Thursday 20 September)
Powerstation | Auckland, NZ
18+
ticketmaster.co.nz | Ph: 0800 111 999


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