Three times a charm for The Ten Tenors

The Ten Tenors. Photo: Supplied.

 

Promoters of what looks to be one of Tauranga’s most in-demand events have added a third The Ten Tenors show at Baycourt Community and Arts Centre in Tauranga.

The third show has been announced today and will take place in the Addison Theatre on Monday 28 May, 7:30pm.

The show was added to The Ten Tenors New Zealand tour after their first two Tauranga shows sold-out in early April.

“These upcoming shows in May will be the third time Baycourt has hosted The Ten Tenors, and they are one of the internationally touring groups that we really look forward to hosting,” says Baycourt manager Megan Peacock Coyle.

“And it appears the Tauranga community also adores The Ten Tenors too. We are so pleased that those people who missed out on tickets to the first two shows now have an opportunity to see The Ten Tenors live on stage.”

The Ten Tenors are one of Australia’s greatest entertainment success stories, with more than 90 million people worldwide witnessing their unmistakable charm, camaraderie and vocal power.

Celebrated for their colourful repertoire, breath taking arrangements and powerful live performances, The Ten Tenors respectfully tip their hats not only to the great classical composers, but to contemporary music’s most popular artists.

From Buckley to Bocelli, an evening with The TEN Tenors is guaranteed to surprise and delight in equal measure.

Following 20 years of sell-out performances across the globe, The TEN Tenors have cemented their place as Australia’s premier classical-crossover group.

Tickets for the third Ten Tenors show on Monday 28 May are now on sale and are available over the Baycourt Box Office counter, online via the Ticketek website at www.ticketek.co.nz or by calling 0800 TICKETEK.


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