The Wiggles returning to NZ on final tour
Thu, 21 Jun 2012 12:01a.m.
Anthony, Murray, Greg and Jeff are coming to New Zealand as part of their final tour with the popular children’s band.
The Wiggles will embark on the Celebration Tour of the New Zealand in September with a hits-loaded spectacular giving their Wiggly fans a chance to say farewell to Anthony, Murray, Reg and Jeff in their final shows together.
Following the 2012 tour, Murray, Greg and Jeff will hand over the reins to new Wiggles Emma Watkins, Lachlan Gillespie, and Simon Pryce. Anthony will remain as the Blue Wiggle.
“We’ve been entertaining children around the world for 21 years and it’s important that we plan for the future so that The Wiggles can keep wiggling in the years to come,” says Murray.
THE WIGGLES CELEBRATION TOUR OF NZ - SEPTEMBER 2012
Sat 8 & Sun 9 St James Theatre, Wellington
Mon 10 Regent on Broadway, Palmerston North
Wed 12 TSB Theatre, New Plymouth
Sat 15 & Sun 16 Vector Arena, Auckland
Mon 17 & Tue 18 Founders Theatre, Hamilton
Thu 20 CBS Canterbury Arena, Christchurch
Sat 22 Regent Theatre, Dunedin
Sun 23 Civic Theatre, Invercargill
For ticket information, visit wiggletime.com.
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