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Global Christian Music Sensation Matt Maher Plays Auckland

Less than a Month to Go until Global Christian Music Sensation Matt Maher Comes to Auckland

Victory Convention Centre, Freemans Bay, Auckland

Sunday, 3 December 2017

There is only a matter of a few weeks left to get your tickets to see internationally acclaimed Canadian Christian singer and song writer, Matt Maher perform at Auckland’s Victory Convention this December.

Matt will be joined by support acts, New Zealand performers, Grace Worship and Monique Holden.

Since launching his 2008 major label debut, Maher has become a staple in the artistic and song writing community. A five time Grammy nominee, he has had multiple radio successes writing and recording songs like “Lord, I Need You,” “Hold Us Together,” “Christ Is Risen,” “All The People Said Amen” and “Your Grace Is Enough.”

This concert is suitable for families and all ages and will take place at Victory Convention Centre, Freemans Bay, Auckland.

If you buy 10 tickets or more you receive a discount of 20%. Follow instructions on the concert website and use the promotional code: MATTMAHER2017

To book tickets and for further details please visit www.MattMaherConcert.nz


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