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Whitney Houston - NZ Concert Cancelled

Whitney Houston - NZ Concert Cancelled

Media Release: Tuesday 16 February 2010

Andrew McManus Presents regrets to announce that, owing to a dispute with the venue's owner/operator, the Whitney Houston concert scheduled to take place at the New Plymouth's TSB Bowl of Brooklands on 6 March 2010 has been cancelled. Whitney and Andrew McManus are extremely sorry to have to disappoint all of Whitney's many New Zealand fans on this occasion.

For refunds, ticketholders should contact Ticketmaster on 0800-111-999 or visit www.ticketmaster.co.nz. Whitney will now perform an exciting Up Close and Personal concert at The Plenary in Melbourne on 6 March 2010. Disappointed New Zealand fans should contact Ticketmaster on +61-136-100 visit www.ticketmaster.com.au for tickets to this unique and exciting event!

For special travel and accommodation packages, please contact Impact Travel International Pty on +61 3 9489 9455 or simone@impactravel.com Whitney's Australian dates are - Monday February 22 - Entertainment Centre, Brisbane Wednesday February - 24 Acer Arena, Sydney Saturday February 27 - Hope Estate, Hunter Valley Monday March 01 - Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne Thursday March 04 - Entertainment Centre, Adelaide *And NOW Saturday March 06 - The Plenary, Melbourne

ENDS

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