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You Are Us/Aroha Nui | Auckland Lineup Announced


YOU ARE US/AROHA NUI
AUCKLAND LINEUP ANNOUNCED.
TICKETS ON SALE MIDDAY THURSDAY 28 MARCH, ONLY FROM TICKETMASTER

YOU ARE US / AROHA NUI

•  Anika Moa  •  Bailey Wiley  •  Bene  •  Bic Runga  •  Chaii  •  Dave Dobbyn  •  The Dilworth Choir •  Hollie Smith  •  Illbaz  •  Marlon Williams  •  MC Mike King •  Mitch James  •  Seth Haapu  •  Shapeshifter  •  Six60 •  Stan Walker •  Soraya Lapread •  Teeks + More to come

Two concert events to raise money for the Our People, Our City fund
APRIL 2019


Saturday 13 April
Spark Arena | Auckland, NZ
All tickets on sale 12.00pm Thursday 28 March
ticketmaster.co.nz | 0800 111 999
Doors open 4.00pm

Wednesday 17 April
Christchurch Stadium | Christchurch, NZ
All tickets on sale 12.00pm Friday 29 March
ticketek.co.nz | 0800 842 538
Gates open 5.00pm


Ticket prices are:
Adults $79.00
Children (12 years old and under) $39.00


Other cities from around the world are following suit and planning similar events. Further details on these events will be announced in the coming weeks.

YOU ARE US/AROHA NUI could not be put together at such short notice on this large scale without the help of multiple people and organisations within New Zealand. In an effort to donate the full proceeds from ticket sales many are giving their time and equipment at no cost. Ticket booking fees will also be donated for these events.
Full accounting figures will be made available on completion of both events at www.youareus.co.nz

The organisers of YOU ARE US/AROHA NUI urge patrons to only purchase tickets from the events authorised tickets sellers
Auckland – ticketmaster.co.nz | 0800 111 999
Christchurch – ticketek.co.nz | 0800 842 538

For anyone unable to attend these concert events but wishing to donate you can give to the Our People, Our City fund.


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