Due to overwhelming demand B*Witched, Atomic Kitten & S Club 3 will play a second and final show at the ASB Theatre in Auckland on Friday 3rd February 2017.
Irelands biggest pop export B*Witched head to New Zealand in February 2017 for a mindblowing reunion tour like no other. Off the back of a Sold Out UK Arena tour that left fans begging for more, the Dublin quartet bring with them Two bonafide NZ #1’s C’est La Vie & Rollercoaster as well as other NZ Top 40 hits Jessie Hold On, To You I Belong, Blame It On The Weatherman plus more!
Joining B*Witched are English all girl group Atomic Kitten. This will be the first time ever Atomic Kitten have been to NZ to perform for their fans. NZ Charts in 2001 with their Double Platinum #1 smash hit Whole Again. They followed up Whole Again with another Two NZ #1’s Eternal Flame and The Tide is High. Their chart success continued with a serious of poptastic singles It’s OK and Ladies Night.
Joining B*Witched and Atomic Kitten on the big pop nostalgia fest will beS Club 3 (Jo O'Meara, Tina Barrett and Bradley McIntosh). S Club 3 will unleash a time capsule of euphoria as they perform all their biggest hits including their Three consecutive NZ #1’s - Bring It All Back, S Club Partyand Two in a Million. As well as other smash hits – Don't Stop Movin’ which reached #3 and Top 40 hit Reach.
B*Witched, Atomic Kitten and S Club 3
Friday February 3rd: ASB Bank, Auckland (Pre-sale - Thursday 8th 9:00am – 5:00pm (Local Time) On Sale - Friday 9th 9:00am (Local Time)
Saturday February 4th: ASB Theatre, Auckland
Tickets via Metropolis Touring
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