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Billie Eilish NZ Show Tomorrow!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 3pm NZST, Tuesday 23rd April 2019
GLOBAL SUPERSTAR BILLIE EILISH EMBARKS ON
NEW ZEALAND LEG OF
WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WORLD TOUR THIS WEEK!

FANS CAUTIONED:
TICKETS PURCHASED VIA UNAUTHORISED OUTLETS
MAY BE DEEMED INVALID

Following a phenomenal Coachella set on the weekend, pop sensation Billie Eilish lands in New Zealand this week to bring her anticipated When We All Fall Asleep, World Tour to Auckland audiences for the very first time tomorrow night.

Gigantic demand saw fans snap up tickets to the star’s shows in record time, with additional tickets released at Auckland’s Spark Arena show to satisfy demand.

Due to the popularity of Billie Eilish’s New Zealand and Australian concerts, and with tickets quickly exhausted, fans are being urged to take care.

While we strongly discourage it, we anticipate that some fans will have purchased tickets from outlets other than the official partners as listed at chuggentertainment.com or lanewaypresents.com. If this is the case, and you purchased tickets from an unauthorised vendor, there is a chance that your tickets may be fraudulent or invalid.

Invalid tickets will not allow entry to the concert and cannot be replaced or exchanged for valid tickets. As this can often not be determined until the patron is entering the venue, we strongly advise parents who have purchased tickets from unauthorised outlets to wait until their children have successfully entered the venue before departing the area.

If you have purchased tickets via the official ticketing agency you of course have no cause for concern.
Official ticket partners for Billie Eilish are listed below.

Released last month, debut record ‘WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?’ saw Eilish hit #1 around the world, including New Zealand.

BILLIE EILISH | WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WORLD TOUR | AUSTRALIA-NZ 2019

With Special Guest FINNEAS

Brought to you by Laneway Presents & Chugg Entertainment

AUCKLAND – SOLD OUT
Wednesday 24 April – Spark Arena (All Ages)
Ticketmaster.com.nz

SYDNEY – SOLD OUT
Tuesday 30 April – Hordern Pavilion (All Ages)
Ticketek.com.au

MELBOURNE– SOLD OUT
Friday 3 May – Margaret Court Arena (All Ages)
Ticketek.com.au

BRISBANE – SOLD OUT
Tuesday 7 May – Riverstage (All Ages)
Oztix.com.au

FREMANTLE – SOLD OUT
Friday 10 May – Fremantle Arts Centre (18+)*
*Minors allowed with a legal guardian.
Oztix.com.au

For more information go to:
BillieEilish.com
LanewayPresents.com
ChuggEntertainment.com

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