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The Tori Amos concert appears to have been moved to Sydney

By lemaChet - 10 April 2005 5

Not able to confirm this myself at this time, but someone I know advises they have received an email from the Canberra Theatre Company specifying that Tori will no longer be performing in Canberra.

Due to the perceived high demand on these tickets, my contact refuses to send on the email they have received until they get a ticket for themselves.

Is anyone else able to confirm this for those who may be interested ?

[Johnboy – Geoffco also sent in the following:

Just arrived in my email.. “Due to overwhelming demand we regret to advise that the Tori Amos concert at Canberra Theatre Centre has been moved to the Sydney Opera House on Saturday 14 May at 8pm.”

Tix go on sale at 9am Friday 15th April.]

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5 Responses to
The Tori Amos concert appears to have been moved to Sydney
Geoffco 1:29 am 12 Apr 05

Under 27 club. Basically it exists to get people who are

johnboy 12:32 am 12 Apr 05

U27?

Geoffco 11:25 pm 11 Apr 05

Yeah I deliberately left that bit out to give people who are part of U27 a chance.

Good luck to them.

random 1:33 am 11 Apr 05

The email said…

To book simply click on the following link from 12noon Monday 11 April or phone the Sydney Opera House box office on (02) 9250 7777 from 12noon Monday and quote the password “Manuka”.

+ Book Online

If not sold out, sales will open to the general public at 9am on Friday 15 April.

johnboy 9:35 pm 10 Apr 05

b2 also posted the following in our earlier story

“i got an email from canberra theatre, saying the gig was cancelled in Canberra and had been moved to the opera house!”

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