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Hollie Smith to Open for Alison Moyet

HOLLIE SMITH TO OPEN FOR ALISON MOYET

Hollie Smith, one of New Zealand’s most loved singer-songwriters, will be opening for Alison Moyet on her New Zealand tour this October.

Renowned for her incredible live performances and powerhouse vocals, Hollie Smith is the perfect addition to these shows. “So excited, and looking forward to being back in these amazing theatres sharing the stage with this incredibly iconic artist”.

Kicking off in Wellington’s Michael Fowler Centre on Friday 13th October, the tour then heads to Auckland’s ASB Theatre on Saturday 14th October before finishing at the stunningly refurbished Isaac Theatre Royal in Christchurch on Monday 16th October. This final concert in Christchurch has now sold out.

These concerts will undoubtedly be a remarkable musical experience that fans will remember for years to come. Not to be missed!

ALISON MOYET – THE OTHER TOUR NEW ZEALAND DATES:

WITH HOLLIE SMITH

Friday 13 October 2017 Wellington Michael Fowler Centre www.ticketek.co.nz

Saturday 14 October 2017 Auckland ASB Theatre www.ticketmaster.co.nz

Monday 16 October 2017 Christchurch Isaac Theatre Royal SOLD OUT

For further information, head to www.alisonmoyet.com


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