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SZA Moving to Logan Campbell Centre

BBE, Fuzen and FOMO announce

SZA

NEW VENUE

Tuesday Jan 9

MOVING TO LOGAN CAMPBELL CENTRE

After the announcement of her first New Zealand appearance, Jersey-native SZA should have no doubt how much Kiwi’s love her after selling out her Powerstation show in under 15 minutes!

And with a waiting list of over 1,400 people, BBE, Fuzen and FOMO are thrilled to announce a venue upgrade for the show to Auckland’s Logan Campbell Centre.

Limited tickets to the SZA - Logan Campbell Centre show will be available from 2.00pm Tuesday October 10th from Ticket Fairy.

If you hesitated before, don’t make that mistake again!

Montreal’s Kaytranada also sold out his one-off show Powerstation show in New Zealand in less than 24 hours. The widely loved producer will be joined by none other than Tourist, on stage Friday January 5th 2018. People should join the waitlist here for any resale tickets.

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TOUR DETAILS

Mai FM presents

SZA

Presented by BBE, Fuzen and FOMO

Tuesday, 9 January 2018 – Logan Campbell Centre, Auckland (18+)

NEW VENUE – MORE TICKETS ON SALE 2PM TUESDAY

TICKET INFO HERE


**ALL POWERSTATION TICKETS WILL AUTOMATICALLY BECOME DOWNSTAIRS TICKET’S AT LOGAN CAMPBELL CENTRE**

George FM presents

KAYTRANADA

with special guest TOURIST

Presented by BBE, Fuzen and FOMO

Friday, 5 January 2018 - Powerstation, Auckland (18+)

SOLD OUT


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