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Mt Smart Stadium Sold Out For Bruce Springsteen


Bruce Springsteen And the E Street Band
Mt Smart Stadium Sold Out

With Very Special Guest:
§ Jimmy Barnes - Auckland Only

The Frontier Touring Company wish to advise that the Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band concert at Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday 1st March has now sold out! After going on sale at 9am this morning, all categories of tickets were snapped up in under an hour. There will be no further tickets available to this show.

Speaking from Melbourne earlier this morning, Michael Gudinski, Chairman of The Frontier Touring Company, said he was in negotiations for a second New Zealand concert.

This will be Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band’s first performance in New Zealand in over a decade.

TUNE INTO 60 MINUTES ON PRIME TV COMMENCING 8.30 TONIGHT (MONDAY 26th AUGUST) FOR AN EXCLUSIVE BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN INTERVIEW!!

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