This event has been postponed...
The event organisers have been in touch to let us know that The NZ Herald Premier Series: From The New World at the Auckland Town Hall has been postponed and will no longer be taking place on Thursday, 16 September 2021.
A message from the presenter:
The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra regret to announce that The NZ Herald Premier Series: From the New World has been postponed and will not be going ahead on Thursday 16 September. This is due to the current Alert Level 4 lockdown and the continuing uncertainty around ongoing lockdown restrictions.
What you need to know
Will the concert go ahead in the future?
The APO are working hard to reschedule this performance to the earliest possible date, taking into account their existing performance calendar and the changing nature of this lockdown.
What about my tickets?
Ticket bookings for this performance will be honoured and your seats will be held. There is nothing more you need to do at this stage. You will be contacted once the new performance date has been confirmed.
The APO would like to thank you for your continued support, and hope to see you back in the concert hall soon.
And if you are missing the orchestra; in place of the concert at 8pm, Thursday 2 September the APO will livestream a recent recording of one of the concerts from the 2021 Beethoven Symphony Cycle. You can tune in at apo.co.nz.
What happens now?
The event organisers are working hard to arrange a new date and as soon as we get any update on this, we'll be in touch to let you know.
If you purchased a Group Booking directly through our Specialised Ticketing Team, please click here to contact them directly regarding changes to your booking.
Please understand that given the extraordinary circumstances, our Fan Support teams are incredibly busy at the moment, so we encourage you not to contact us. Instead, you can find lots of information and answers to your questions in our information portal.
We're sorry for any disappointment caused.
Thank you very much for your patience.