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Summer Concert tour 2024 does not include Whitianga

It’s time to bring your mates and loved ones together and get your plans underway for one of New Zealand’s biggest concert drawcards of the summer, with the team at Greenstone Entertainment announcing dates and venues for the 2024 Summer Concert Tour. The three-show nationwide tour will be taking place from late January with a new, one-off year location for the second of its dates in the tour. The North Island shows will be returning to their traditional Auckland Anniversary weekend slot, with the Taupō Summer Concert taking place on Saturday the 27th of January, with the second gig of the tour heading to Claudelands Oval in Hamilton on Sunday 28th of January, as an interim venue for 2024. Rounding out the tour will be the Gibbston Valley Winery Summer Concert in Queenstown on Saturday the 3February, a great opportunity for the many concert goers who will no doubt take advantage to make it a long Waitangi weekend. About the move to Claudelands Oval in Hamilton, (and not the grass concert venue adjacent to the waterways in Whitianga) will have the same format as the other Summer Concert Tour shows that fans love and enjoy, with an awesome afternoon festival atmosphere, along with an excellent range of food and beverage options on off er. The move in venue is to be for one year only with the intention of returning to Coromandel Peninsula once the State Highway roading infrastructure repairs have been completed. Greenstone Entertainment CEO, Amanda Calvert comments: “We love the Coromandel region, it aligns perfectly to our philosophy of bringing live music entertainment to some of New Zealand’s favourite summer holiday locations.” “We’re delighted with the recent announcement of funding to construct a new bridge on State Highway 25A, and that the Coromandel region will be fully re-connected again. We have been working closely with Thames-Coromandel District Council and have conveyed to them that by having a oneyear break in 2024, it will allow time for the planned new infrastructure to bed in.” “Both Whitianga and the venue itself are a perfect location for one of our shows. We have a 10-year agreement in place with Thames-Coromandel District Council and regularly attract over 15,000 concert goers to the Whitianga Summer Concert, so can’t wait to be back there in 2025.” “We are in the fi nal stages of securing another fantastic line up of artists. For further updates on the Summer Concert Tour 2024: Become a Greenstone Concert Club Member at www.greenstoneentertainment. co.nz its free to join Like us on Facebook ww
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It’s time to bring your mates and loved ones together and get your plans underway for one of New Zealand’s biggest concert drawcards of the summer, with the team at Greenstone Entertainment announcing dates and venues for the 2024 Summer Concert Tour. The three-show nationwide tour will be taking place from late January with a new, one-off year location for the second of its dates in the tour. The North Island shows will be returning to their traditional Auckland Anniversary weekend slot, with the Taupō Summer Concert taking place on Saturday the 27th of January, with the second gig of the tour heading to Claudelands Oval in Hamilton on Sunday 28th of January, as an interim venue for 2024. Rounding out the tour will be the Gibbston Valley Winery Summer Concert in Queenstown on Saturday the 3February, a great opportunity for the many concert goers who will no doubt take advantage to make it a long Waitangi weekend. About the move to Claudelands Oval in Hamilton, (and not the grass concert venue adjacent to the waterways in Whitianga) will have the same format as the other Summer Concert Tour shows that fans love and enjoy, with an awesome afternoon festival atmosphere, along with an excellent range of food and beverage options on off er. The move in venue is to be for one year only with the intention of returning to Coromandel Peninsula once the State Highway roading infrastructure repairs have been completed. Greenstone Entertainment CEO, Amanda Calvert comments: “We love the Coromandel region, it aligns perfectly to our philosophy of bringing live music entertainment to some of New Zealand’s favourite summer holiday locations.” “We’re delighted with the recent announcement of funding to construct a new bridge on State Highway 25A, and that the Coromandel region will be fully re-connected again. We have been working closely with Thames-Coromandel District Council and have conveyed to them that by having a oneyear break in 2024, it will allow time for the planned new infrastructure to bed in.” “Both Whitianga and the venue itself are a perfect location for one of our shows. We have a 10-year agreement in place with Thames-Coromandel District Council and regularly attract over 15,000 concert goers to the Whitianga Summer Concert, so can’t wait to be back there in 2025.” “We are in the fi nal stages of securing another fantastic line up of artists. For further updates on the Summer Concert Tour 2024: Become a Greenstone Concert Club Member at www.greenstoneentertainment. co.nz its free to join Like us on Facebook ww