Just one day away until some of New Zealand’s favourite summer holiday locations will come alive to the sounds of the annual Summer Concert Tour.
The international acts headlining the tour have started arriving in Queenstown for the Gibbston Valley Winery Summer Concert on Saturday the 19th, the first of three shows to be held across the country.
An estimated 40,000 concert goers are expected to attend one of the three shows, which will feature Supertramp’s Roger Hodgson (with his full band), James Reyne and Mark Seymour formerly of Australian Crawl and Hunters and Collectors (along with their band), and the unmistakable voice of Toni Childs.
Legendary singer songwriter, Supertramp’s Roger Hodgson arrived in New Zealand Wednesday and was welcomed by Queenstown mayor Jim Boult.
Roger said “It’s wonderful to be back in your beautiful country and we can’t wait to celebrate with you over the next two weeks.”
Greenstone Entertainment CEO Amanda Calvert comments “It gives us great pleasure to showcase what New Zealand has to offer to these legends of music and to provide their fans the opportunity to have an amazing days experience at one of our three shows. With the annual Summer Concert Tour now in its 9th year, we pride ourselves on delivering a well organised and fun day out, allowing concert goers to enjoy an amazing array of music as well as taking away with them an experience that will last for years to come.”
Tickets for this Saturday’s Gibbston Valley Winery Summer Concert are available through greenstoneentertainment.co.nz , with a limited number also available for purchase on the day at the concerts main entry gate until sold out.
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