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Bryan Adams NZ Tour - Hawkes Bay Sold Out

Don’t miss the chance to see Bryan Adams live in NZ - Hawkes Bay SOLD OUT and other venues are selling fast.

Tickets to Bryan Adams’ summer tour of New Zealand have been snapped up, with the Hawkes Bay concert selling out in less than two weeks. Other venues are looking likely to do the same, as the countdown to one of summer’s hottest tours gets under way.

Adams’ show at Black Barn Vineyards in Hawkes Bay on January 6 has already sold out and with ticket sales to the concerts in Matakana, New Plymouth and The Mount also solid, fans will have to get in quick to avoid disappointment.

Adams is bringing his GET UP world tour to four of the country’s most iconic and picturesque outdoor venues - Matakana Country Park, the TSB Bowl of Brooklands inNew Plymouth, ASB Baypark Stadium in Mount Maunganui and Black Barn inHawkes Bay. He will be supported by Kiwi icons Dave Dobbyn and The Jordan Luck Band.

The Canadian legend - whose hits include ‘Summer of 69’, ‘Run To You’ and‘(Everything I Do) I Do It For You’ - was last in New Zealand in 2013 with his Bare Bones Tour, but this will be the first time since 2003 that he will bring his full live band!

The tour kicks off in Matakana on January 2 and with Matakana Country Park only being a 45-minute drive north of Auckland, concert-goers are reminded that it’s possible to get there and back on the night. For those wanting a night off driving, buses from will be travelling from Auckland to Matakana and back.

Tickets will be available to purchase in the coming weeks fromwww.neptuneentertainment.co.nz

For the sold-out concert at Black Barn Vineyards’ offsite venue in the Tuki Tuki Valley,Havelock North on January 6, special measures are being taken to ensure crowd management runs smoothly. A major international events management company has been brought in to help bus traffic issues around the venue, putting together an upgraded traffic and crowd management strategy. Buses will run on a rotating schedule to deliver concert-goers to and from the concert.

Return ‘Park and Ride’ bus services will also run from a series of locations around Hawkes Bay, with limited, paid parking to be made available at the venue itself.

Paid parking can be pre-purchased through www.neptuneentertainment.co.nz

All venues are disability friendly with extra effort placed on access and disability parking.

Find a list of FAQs on www.neptuneentertainment.co.nz


BRYAN ADAMS WITH SPECIAL GUESTS DAVE DOBBYN AND THE JORDAN LUCK BAND (of the Exponents)

January 2 – Matakana - Matakana Country Park
January 4 – New Plymouth - TSB Bowl of Brooklands
January 5 – Mount Maunganui - ASB Baypark Stadium
January 6 – Hawkes Bay - Black Barn Vineyards – sold out


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