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Steely Dan And Steve Winwood Christchurch Show Cancelled


Media Release - Friday 9th September

Steely Dan And Steve Winwood Christchurch Show Cancelled

Wellington Show Added

The Frontier Touring Company wishes to advise that the scheduled Steely Dan and Steve Winwood concert on Wednesday 2nd November at CBS Arena in Christchurch has been cancelled.

All tickets held for this event will be refunded fully from your original point of purchase (Ticketek). Tickets for the Christchurch concert are non transferable for the new event in Wellington.

Steely Dan and Steve Winwood will now play a new concert on Wednesday 2nd November at the TSB Bank Arena in Wellington. Tickets for the Wellington concert will go on sale through Ticketek at 9am on Thursday 15th September.

CONCERT DATES BELOW:

STEELY DAN AND STEVE WINWOOD 2011

With support from Anika Moa

WEDNESDAY 2nd NOVEMBER WELLINGTON - TSB Bank Arena (NEW SHOW)

Tickets on sale Thursday 15th September from Ticketek 0800 TICKET or www.ticketek.co.nz

FRIDAY 4th NOVEMBER AUCKLAND - Vector Arena

Tickets from Ticketmaster 0800 111 999 or

www.ticketmaster.co.nz

SATURDAY 5th NOVEMBER A DAY ON THE GREEN

NAPIER - Church Road Winery

Tickets from Ticketmaster 0800 111 999 or

www.ticketmaster.co.nz

TICKETS FOR ALL SHOWS STILL AVAILABLE!


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