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John Farnham to perform with Eagles in Dunedin

Frontier Touring are thrilled to announce that renowned Australian singer John Farnham will join Eagles as an exclusive special guest, as they bring the Eagles World Tour to Dunedin in March 2019. As the only city across both Australia & New Zealand with a special guest, this is a one off exclusive event that is not to be missed!

Over an impressive 50 year career, the legendary John Farnham has remained one of the most accomplished and highest-selling artists in Australasia. The album Whispering Jack sat at number one in Australia for 26 weeks and has gone a massive 24 x platinum in Australia alone!

Performing works from his extensive catalogue Two Strong Hearts, Pressure Down, A Touch Of Paradise, Burn For You, Age Of Reason, You're The Voice Mr John Farnham is guaranteed to thrill the Dunedin audience next March!

The upcoming shows next February and March will be the Eagles first visit to New Zealand in four years, last visiting in 2015 for two sold out shows on their famed History of the Eagles World Tour. Demand for tickets was so high that an extra stadium show was added in Auckland.

With the exciting additions of John Farnham in Dunedin and the Eagles’ reputation for selling out shows in New Zealand, fans are encouraged to get in early to secure their tickets to this exclusive event!

With special guest John Farnham (Dunedin only)

Presented by
Frontier Touring, The Breeze (NZ) + The Sound (NZ)

Runs 24 hours from: Tuesday 9 October
or until pre-sale allocation exhausted

Pre-sale timings staggered per show, visit website for more details

Begins: Monday 15 October (times staggered, see below)

Tuesday 26 February
Spark Arena | Auckland, NZ

All Ages
On sale: Mon 15 Oct (1pm local time) | Ph: 0800 111 999

Saturday 2 March
Forsyth Barr Stadium | Dunedin, NZ

With very special guests to be announced
All Ages
On sale: Mon 15 Oct (3pm local time) | Ph: 0800 111 999

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