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Michael Jackson History Show to Moonwalk Across New Zealand

Michael Jackson History Show to Moonwalk Across New Zealand in 2018
11 FEBRUARY TO 6 MARCH 2018 AT VARIOUS VENUES

Michael Jackson fans will be moonwalking their way to theatres early next year as the Michael Jackson HIStory Show makes it’s return to New Zealand. Tickets go on sale 13 November 2018.

The world-class production showcases all of Michael Jackson’s greatest hits live on stage, complemented by the famous dance moves that fans all know, love and aspire to do. Star of the show, Dantanio, will be accompanied by a lively six-piece band, four groovy backup dancers and a phenomenal lighting team.

The Michael Jackson HIStory Show tours selected venues nationally in 2018. Tickets go on sale 13 November 2018. Visit www.mjhistoryshow.com for ticketing and further information.


2018 NZ TOUR DATES

11 FEB - Forum North Whangarei
12 FEB - Turner Centre Kerikeri
13 FEB - Baycourt Thetare Tauranga
14 FEB - Little Theatre Whakatane
15 FEB - War Memorial Theatre Gisborne
17 FEB - The Opera House Wellington
19 FEB - Isaac Royal Theatre Christchurch
22 FEB - Ashburton Trust Event Centre
23 FEB - Mayfair Theatre Dunedin
24 FEB - Invercargill Civic Theatre
27 FEB - Theatre Royal Nelson
1 MAR - Southward Theatre Paraparaumu
2 MAR - Regent On Broadway Palmerston North
3 MAR - TSB Showplace New Plymouth
5 MAR - Napier Municipal Theatre
6 MAR - SKYCITY Theatre Auckland


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