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Cat Power Announces New Dates

Cat Power Announces New Dates

Tuesday 1st March, 2016 9:37AM

Cat Power aka Chan Marshall has announced the rescheduled dates for her Auckland and Wellington shows. Last month, the singer was forced to cancel her two sold-out New Zealand concerts at the eleventh hour due to illness. Marshall suffers from Hereditary Angioedema (HAE) a potentially fatal rare blood disease that causes swelling around the throat, oesophagus and internal organs. 

In a statement released along with the new May dates the Georgia-born artist said: Ive been looking forward for so long to return to my home away from home and I wasn't going to let this debilitating illness deprive me or anyone else of that opportunity. I'm so glad to be making it back to New Zealand and Australia."

The change of dates has seen the Auckland show move to larger venue The Powerstation, instead of the Crystal Palace Theatre. Tickets from the previously scheduled Cat Power concerts remain valid for the new dates, and remaining capacity tickets are now available. See below for more information...


UnderTheRadar Proudly Presents...

Cat Power

Friday 13th May, The Powerstation, Auckland
Saturday 14th May, Paramount Theatre, Wellington


PRESS RELEASE:

NEW CAT POWER NZ DATES ANNOUNCED

Recovered and ready, Chan Marshall a/k/a Cat Power returns as promised in May, with a new set of dates.

Tickets for the previously scheduled Cat Power concerts in Auckland (Crystal Palace) and Wellington (Paramount) remain valid for the new dates.

Remaining capacity for both new dates is available immediately from Ticketmaster.co.nz

The tour is proudly presented by Plus1, undertheradar, 95bFM and RadioActive.

Ive been looking forward for so long to return to my home away from home and I wasn't going to let this debilitating illness deprive me or anyone else of that opportunity. I'm so glad to be making it back to New Zealand and Australia" - Chan Marshall

Don't miss this rare opportunity to see Cat Power Solo: Up Close and Intimate. Playing songs old and new ahead of new album recording - a follow-up to Sun which reached a career-high No 10 on the US Billboard album charts.

"An artist at the peak of her powers faced the crowd and her demons armed only with a guitar, a piano and her courage" The Guardian.



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