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Regent on Broadway Cancels Performances & Features DRAGON, et al. 2/10-3/23


Regent on Broadway has just announced that due to the cancellation of the RetroFest, 10CC will no longer be touring New Zealand or performing at the Regent on Broadway. Additionally, due to unforeseen circumstances, Civic Events, promoters of the Exponents '30 Year Anniversary Concert Tour' have cancelled the March/April reunion Tour.

Their staff is currently in the process of refunding the sold tickets for the Regent on Broadway performances. Patrons who have purchased tickets to either of these cancelled Regent on Broadway performance's and have not already heard from them may contact: EventTICKETINGCentre 06 357 9740.

Regent on Broadway presents the band DRAGON on Friday, 10 February at 8:00pm. Some muse that rock icons Dragon grew up with the Australian music scene and others affirm that it was Dragon that helped the scene grow up. Whatever the case, with hits flowing before Cold Chisel left the rehearsal room, before Icehouse had studied for their algebra finals, and before Australian Crawl had learnt to, Dragon had the nation captivated with; April Sun in Cuba, Are You Old enough?, Get That Jive, Still In Love With You and more. The kings of the pub scene and emperors of excess, the bands live show was unsurpassed, and their rock n roll lifestyle will go down in music industry folklore for generations to come. Tickets are $57.50 and can be purchased by visiting

The AIR FORCE BAND will play in concert on Tuesday, 14 February 7:00pm. Adult tickets are $15.00; Children (1-17 Years) are $5.00; Seniors (65+ With ID) are $14.00; Students are. Visit to purchase tickets.

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