An Intimate Evening with the legendary voice of The Moody Blues, JUSTIN HAYWARD, is an acoustic performance where you can expect to hear most of the Moody Blues hits. Accompanied by virtuoso finger style guitarist Mike Dawes – who also opens the show, and keyboard player Julie Ragins this will be a real treat for everyone who appreciated great music performed superbly.
Tickets on sale now for this amazing concert.
Justin is the lead singer of THE MOODY BLUES and principal songwriter.
Friday 13 October 2017 CHRISTCHURCH IsaacTheatre Royal 7.30pm
Saturday 14 October WELLINGTON Michael Fowler Centre 7.30pm
Monday 16 October AUCKLAND ASB @ Aotea Centre 7.30pm
DUBLIN’s IRISH TENORS & THE CELTIC LADIES
Moving tirelessly from opera to pop, jazz to classical, each member of the Celtic Ladies and Dublin’s Irish Tenors showcase their unique talents during the Branson show from lively fiddling, to marvelous melodies, to perfected piano pieces. These two groups bring an excellent mix of traditional Irish tunes, adult contemporary and classical music. Hits throughout the show which are powerfully and beautifully sung by Dublin’s Irish Tenors and Celtic Ladies include: “Danny Boy,” “Cockles and Mussels,” “Twist & Shout,” “Hey Jude,” “Nessun Dorma,” “That’s Life,” “You Raise Me Up,” “Scarborough Fair,” “We Are the Champions,” “Smile,” “O Sole Mio,” “Loch Lomond,” “Rolling in the Deep” and “Ticket to Ride.” Each number carefully choreographed to combine different additional elements and actions such as dancing humor, special effects, sets and audience interaction enhance the total audience enjoyment of the show.
Branson USA. 2017
Bookings open to the public on 6th July 2017.
Pre Sale as from Monday 3 July 2017.
AUCKLAND 12 November 7.30pm
TAURANGA 13 November 7.30pm
NAPIER 14 November 7.30pm
NEW PLYMOUTH 16 November 7.30pm
PALMERSTON NORTH 17 November 7.30pm
WELLINGTON 18 November 7.30pm
BLENHEIM 19 November 7.30pm
CHRISTCHURCH 20 November 7.30pm
ASHBURTON 22 November 7.30pm
OAMARU 23 November 7.30pm
DUNEDIN 24 November 7.30pm
INVERCARGILL 25 November 7.30pm