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Iconic female artist to perform in Queenstown

Iconic female artist to perform in Queenstown

One of the world’s female music icons is coming to Queenstown to perform next March.

Music festival Rhythm & Alps is bringing the artist to the region for her first-ever New Zealand show.

The artist will be revealed at 8am on Tuesday, October 17, and tickets go on sale the same day. She’ll perform at the Queenstown Events Centre.

“We’ve been trying to get this artist to NZ for about five years,” Rhythm & Alps director Alex Turnbull says.

“She’s a living legend and is just so cool. She appeals to a lot of demographics and I imagine her concert will sell out pretty quickly.”

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