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John Farnham Postpones Auckland and Wellington Shows

John FarnhamPostpones Auckland + Wellington Shows, Cancels Dunedin Appearance.


Marlon Williams Announced to Open for Eagles in Dunedin


It is with regret Frontier Touring and Eccles Entertainment advise that John Farnham is unavailable to play his upcoming shows in New Zealand.

John has been hospitalised with a severe infection after having minor surgery two weeks ago. He is expected to make a full recovery but on doctors orders he is not able to play the upcoming dates as scheduled for New Zealand.

Shows affected are Dunedin 2nd March (special guest to the Eagles), Wellington 7th March at Michael Fowler Centre, and Auckland 9th March Villa Maria Winery.

Both Auckland and Wellington shows will be postponed as below however John will no longer be able to perform as special guest to the Eagles in Dunedin.

The rescheduled show dates are now:

Saturday 30 November 2019 - Villa Maria Winery, Auckland, NZ (previously Saturday March 9 2019)

Sunday 1 December 2019 - Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington, NZ (previously Thursday 7 March 2019)

Tickets for John Farnham’s Wellington and Auckland shows remain valid for the new dates however, if you are unable to attend the new shows a full refund is available through your point of purchase www.ticketmaster.co.nz

Kiwi singer Marlon Williams is now set to open for the Eagles outdoor concert at Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin this Saturday. At the tail end of his national Tūrangaewaewae Tour, Marlon and band were on a scheduled night off this Saturday but have taken the up the massive opportunity to open for one of the most important bands in the world, the Eagles.
“The Eagles have the biggest selling album of all time. Being a part of this show is going to be magic and surreal” said Marlon.

An expected 35,000 fans will attend this Saturday’s show in Dunedin for the Eagles first ever concert in the city!

Details on all shows below.


JOHN FARNHAM
NEW ZEALAND
NOVEMBER + DECEMBER 2019

Presented by Eccles Entertainment in association with Frontier Touring,
Coast & Newstalk ZB


Saturday 30 November (prev Sat 9 March)
Villa Maria Winery | Auckland, NZ

With special guests Opshop + The Miltones
All Ages
ticketmaster.co.nz | Ph: 0800 111 999

Sunday 1 December (prev Thu 7 March)
Michael Fowler Centre | Wellington, NZ

With special guest Milly Tabak
All Ages
ticketmaster.co.nz | Ph: 0800 111 999

EAGLES
NEW ZEALAND
FEBRUARY/MARCH 2019

Presented by Frontier Touring + The Sound


Wednesday 27 February
Spark Arena | Auckland, NZ

All Ages
ticketmaster.co.nz | Ph: 0800 111 999

Saturday 2 March
Forsyth Barr Stadium | Auckland, NZ
with special guest Marlon Williams
All Ages


ends


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