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Elton John Farewell Yellow Brick Road Juggernaut Continues

Adding a fifth New Zealand concert last week – a second for Auckland’s Mt Smart Stadium on Tuesday 11th February 2020 – tickets opened to Rocket Club Fans this morning and go on general public sale tomorrow at 9am.

Following the speed with which Auckland’s February 9, 2020 Farewell Yellow Brick Road concert flew out the door, promoters Chugg Entertainment in association with AEG Presents, have reduced the ticket limit per customer from six to four for tomorrow’s on-sale, to help ensure as many New Zealand fans as possible get a chance to buy.

The Rocket Club also implemented the same limit during today’s fan presale, and codes used to purchase tickets to the first concert were expired, giving fans who missed out a fairer chance to purchase.

Rocket Club fans snapped up pre-sale tickets this morning, with limited VIP Packages still available.

More than 20,000 tickets will go on-sale tomorrow and fans are encouraged to head to the official ticket merchant, Ticketmaster, from 9am to nab their tickets - Ticketmaster.co.nz

TICKETS ON SALE – NEW AUCKLAND SHOW – GENERAL PUBLIC
THURSDAY 21ST FEBRUARY, 9AM (LOCAL TIME)
***LIMIT 4 TICKETS PER PERSON***

AUCKLAND, NZ
Tuesday 11 February 2020 – Mt Smart Stadium – ON SALE TOMORROW
ticketmaster.co.nz



IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
oznz.eltonjohn.com is the official home of all Elton John Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour information.
• Ticketek and Ticketmaster* are the only authorised ticket sellers for Elton John’s Farewell Yellow Brick Road Australia - New Zealand dates.
• No responsibility is accepted for tickets purchased from unauthorised sellers; these may be refused entry, no exceptions.
• *Authorised ticket seller for Mission Estate Winery, Hawke’s Bay is www.missionconcert.co.nz

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