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The Classic Hits Acoustic Church Tour - Two Shows Sold Out

News release:
Friday 7 September 2012


The Classic Hits Acoustic Church Tour, 2012

Anika Moa, Boh Runga & Hollie Smith: Together in Concert

With just a month until the 5th annual Classic Hits Acoustic Church Tour hits the road, two of the 13 shows have already sold out – Saturday 6 October in Wellington at Old St Paul’s and Thursday 18 October in Christchurch at St Michael & All Angels.

However fans still have the chance to purchase tickets to shows in both cites with limited tickets available to the second shows in Wellington (Sunday 7 October) and Christchurch (Wednesday 17 October).

Credit Mareea Vegas

This year’s Tour presents an exciting collaboration of three of New Zealand’s most talented and versatile female singer/songwriters: Anika Moa, Boh Runga & Hollie Smith: Together in Concert for the first time ever.

Co-promoter Brent Eccles is not surprised this year’s Tour is proving popular with concert-goers:

“I’m thrilled that the NZ public is seeing great value in the Classic Hits Acoustic Church Tour, this is possibly our best line up yet”.

The Classic Hits Acoustic Church Tour is a show in two halves with the trio performing a selection of their extensive back catalogues of hits – on stage together throughout the whole show – as well as new material from the upcoming album, all arranged specifically for the unique church venues.

Tickets are available from the Acoustic Church Tour website andTicketek (0800 842 538).
Full tour, date and venue details can be found at or and

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