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GREG JOHNSON: Extra Auckland show announced

GREG JOHNSON: Extra Auckland show announced / Dunedin upsized.

His first Auckland show sold out in record time, so Plus1 is pleased to announce a second (and final) Auckland show, at the Tuning Fork on Sunday 6 November.

Pre-sale tickets are onsale 9am today only at Ticketmaster HERE

Greg Johnson and band will perform his career-defining album Here Comes The Caviar in its entirety, including gems like Save Yourself, It’s Been So Long, Kiss Me, and Don’t Be The One. Plus a set of hits and favourites.

Meanwhile, ticket demand means the Dunedin concert will now be held at the recently refurbished Captatin Cook. All tickets remain valid for the new location.

Greg's 'Caviar' tour dates:

• Dunedin - Captain Cook, Thursday 3 November - Eventfinda HERE

• Christchurch - Blue Smoke, The Tannery, Friday 4 November - Eventfinda HERE

• Auckland – Tuning Fork, Saturday 5 November - SOLD OUT

• Auckland – Tuning Fork, Sunday 6 November - Ticketmaster.co.nz

Plus1 presents: Greg Johnson Nov 3-6 / The MIssion Nov 18-19 / Dinosaur Jr Jan 23


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