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You Are Us Auckland Concert SOLD OUT, Christchurch to come

The You Are Us/Aroha Nui Auckland concert on Saturday 13th April at Spark Arena which went on sale at midday yesterday has just sold out!

However, fans throughout New Zealand are able to purchase tickets to the Christchurch event on Wednesday 17th April at Christchurch Stadium when they go on sale today at 4.00pm through Ticketek.

Further acts have also just been added to the already massive Christchurch line up including – Amatai Pati + Moses Mackay (Sol3 Mio) and Don McGlashan.

The events will feature an absolute who’s who of kiwi artists in one of the BIGGEST line ups ever seen in New Zealand. Please note that performers vary in each city. The full line up for each event is available at www.youareus.co.nz

SATURDAY 13th APRIL – SPARK ARENA, AUCKLAND

Auckland lineup:
ANIKA MOA, BAILEY WILEY, BENE, BIC RUNGA, CHAII, DAVE DOBBYN, DIGGY DUPE, THE DILWORTH CHOIR, FAFSWAG, HOLLIE SMITH, ILLBAZ, JESS B, MARLON WILLIAMS, MC MIKE KING, MITCH JAMES, SETH HAAPU, SHAPESHIFTER, SIX60, STAN WALKER, SORAYA LAPREAD, SWIDT, TEEKS…


WEDNESDAY 17th APRIL – CHRISTCHURCH STADIUM, CHRISTCHURCH

Christchurch lineup:
THE ADULTS, AMATAI PATI + MOSES MACKAY (SOL3 MIO), ANIKA MOA, BAILEY WILEY, BENE, BIC RUNGA, BOH RUNGA, CHAII, CHRISTCHURCH COMBINED CHOIR, DAVE DOBBYN, DIGGY DUPE, DON McGLASHAN, THE EXPONENTS, FAT FREDDY’S DROP, HOLLIE SMITH, ILLBAZ, special guest appearance by LORDE, MARLON WILLIAMS, MELODOWNZ, MC MIKE KING, MITCH JAMES, SETH HAAPU, SHAPESHIFTER, SHIHAD, SIX60, STAN WALKER, SORAYA LAPREAD, TEEKS…


The New Zealand music industry has come together to present these two concert events YOU ARE US/AROHA NUI to raise funds and donate all proceeds from ticket sales to the Our People, Our City fund which was set up by the Christchurch Foundation helping those affected by the Christchurch terror attacks.

These events are being produced by the industry’s main music promoters working together with support from various organisations from New Zealand and other parts of the world.

“We just had to step up together and do something to help the devastated families but also to show that we are one country” - said promoter Brent Eccles, Eccles Entertainment

“Music has the power to heal and bring us together in ways nothing else does. It is a unifying force across cultures, languages and religions and we will use music to honour the ones we have lost, their families and all affected by this tragedy,” said promoter Mark Kneebone, Live Nation.

Additionally, Ticketmaster and Ticketek will donate the booking fees from purchased tickets to the Our People, Our City fund.


YOU ARE US / AROHA NUI
Two concert events to raise money for the Our People, Our City fund
APRIL 2019


Saturday 13 April
Spark Arena | Auckland, NZ
SOLD OUT

Wednesday 17 April
Christchurch Stadium | Christchurch, NZ
All tickets on sale 4.00pm today (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

A full line up of artists and timings to date is available now at yourareus.co.nz More information will be available soon including more appearances and time tables for each event.


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 – SOLD OUT
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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