Elton’s continuing love affair with Australasia knows no bounds, proven by this farewell tour, and the breadth and depth of the itinerary, showing his commitment to his many Australasian fans. On his very last tour, he wanted to return to some of his favourite cities, while also playing for fans in a couple of never-before-visited locations.Promoter Michael Chugg
UPDATE: Rescheduled dates affect the first two Mt Smart Stadium shows. The first show has moved from Sunday 9th to Sunday 16th February 2020, while the second Mt Smart Stadium show has moved from Tuesday 11th to Tuesday 18th February 2020.
Elton’s Sat Feb 8 concert at Mission Estate Winery and his two at Mt Smart Stadium on Sun Feb 9 & Tue Feb 11 are rescheduled for the same days of the week, one week later on each: Saturday 15, Sunday 16, & Tuesday 18 February 2020.
If you can attend the new concert date for the concert you originally bought your ticket for, you don’t have to do anything.
*Tickets cannot be exchanged between different concert days. If you cannot make the rescheduled day that corresponds with your originally purchased ticket, and would like to attend one of the concerts on a different date, you will have to refund your originally purchased tickets and buy from inventory when and if it becomes available.
Ticketmaster is sending emails to all Ticketholders, which contains details on how to receive a full refund ( check your junk/span emails).
If you can’t find your email, got to ticketmaster.co.nz/help. Choose “ Cancelled and Altered Events” , then “Submit A Request” from the Elton page.
If callers have purchased their tickets at an outlet, they can return there for a full refund.
Only the Ticketmaster account holder can seek a refund.
Visit ticketmaster.co.nz for more information.
“The most elaborate, high-tech arena show Elton has ever attempted...A parade of mega-hits and one hell of a way to say goodbye.”
Rolling Stone USA
“Each song felt so important. Each moment seemed so significant. And the crowd hung on every word, spoken or sung. It wasn’t just a concert, but rather a chance for these fans to express their thanks to a performer whose music has played such a huge part in the soundtracks of their lives.”
Mercury News, California