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Future's The Nobody Safe Tour - Auckland Show Cancelled

The Nobody Safe Tour – Auckland Show Cancelled

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2017 – In extremely sad news, we regret to advise that a very close friend of FUTURE’s has passed away, as a result he is rushing back to the USA to attend the funeral.

The Atlanta music superstar who earlier this year announced his first ever New Zealand show at Auckland’s Spark Arena this Thursday, September 28 on his The Nobody Safe Tour will unfortunately no longer be able to play this show as well as his remaining Australian ‘Listen Out’ festival tour dates.

Live Nation wish to offer Future their condolences at this difficult time and we know his fans will too.

Ticket holders will be entitled to a full refund, please refer to the following;

If you booked online or over the phone, the credit card you used to purchase your tickets will be refunded automatically. The refund process can take up to 5 days. Once processed, please allow 3-5 days for the funds to show on both your balance and statement.

If the credit card used to make this purchase has changed, your original card has expired or is no longer valid (prepaid Visa and MasterCard included), you’ll need to contact the Ticketmaster Customer Service Team at

customer.help@ticketmaster.co.nz requesting a refund with either your bank account details or an address to send a cheque to before close of business, Monday, October 9. Please remember to include your order number in your request. If your tickets were purchased from a Ticketmaster outlet, you’ll need to return to that outlet with the tickets and the credit card used to make the booking.


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