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Paul Weller Has Added A Second Concert In New Zealand!

Pre-sale tickets opened today for Paul Weller’s “Wake Up The Nation” show this October – his first ever tour to New Zealand.

Demand for tickets has resulted in the October 30 pre-sale allocation being swiftly exhausted. As such, to satisfy the anticipated rush for tickets this Wednesday, a second show on Sunday October 31 has just been announced and has gone on to pre-sale now.

Paul Weller– arguably the coolest, most stylish, influential man in British rock of the last three decades - has never in his epic career performed in New Zealand. All that is about to change!

SATURDAY OCTOBER 30 AUCKLAND THE POWER STATION

SUNDAY OCTOBER 31 AUCKLAND THE POWER STATION

TICKETS ON SALE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9
PRE-SALE UNTIL TUESDAY, JUNE 8 @ 5.00pm

Don’t miss what will no doubt be an exciting, passionate display of rock-star cool by a performer still at the top of his musical game, live on stage in October.

Tickets available through Ticketmaster Ph: (09) 970-9700 / www.ticketmaster.co.nz

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