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Sky Arena and Shihad make NZ music history once again

SKY ARENA and Shihad make New Zealand music history once again with SHIHAD ENCORE.

Due to popular demand, Kiwi rockers Shihad and SKY ARENA will broadcast the country’s first ever pay-per-view concert encore - so no fan misses out.

Last Friday’s popular and exclusive one-off show in Christchurch debuted Shihad’s new album, FVEY which topped the New Zealand music chart, making New Zealand music history. All five of Shihad’s albums have debuted at #1 - a feat no other New Zealand band has ever achieved, and now they can boast the first ever pay-per-view concert encore, on SKY ARENA.

With 11 HD cameras capturing the action and a full multi-track sound mix for television, concert goers and fans alike have the opportunity to re-experience Shihad LIVE, from the comfort of their own home for only $19.95*.

The bands net pay-per-view proceeds will be donated to the Christchurch Earthquake Appeal Fund who have directed the funds to the Woolston-Phillipstown Merged School, which will open in January next year.

Shihad Encore will be broadcast on channels 065/066 (HD) on Friday September 19 at 8:30PM and Saturday September 20 at midday and 6:00PM.

To book visit or call 0800 759 758.

Shihad Encore: FVEY LIVE in Horncastle Arena, Christchurch.

* SKY Domestic & Reseller Customers Only.


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