The Wiggles: ‘We’re All Fruit Salad’ 2021 NZ Tour announced

The Wiggles: ‘We’re All Fruit Salad’ 2021 NZ Tour announced

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The Wiggles have announced their ‘We're All Fruit Salad' 2021 NZ Tour — it's time to get ready to Wiggle!

During March of 2021, the Wiggles are coming to perform as part of their We're All Fruit Salad Tour — the show features Emma, Lachy, Simon and Anthony singing and dancing around New Zealand with their Wiggly friends: Captain Feathersword, Dorothy the Dinosaur, Wags the Dog, Henry the Octopus and their newest Wiggly Friend; Shirley Shawn the Unicorn!

The tour features classics and new songs.

The show will be hosted in Invercargill on 19 March, finishing in Wellington on 1 April of 2021. Travelling between towns, Dunedin, Christchurch, Queenstown, Tauranga, Hamilton, Auckland, Napier and Palmerston North.

The Wiggles’ founding member and Blue Wiggle Anthony Field says “The We’re All Fruit Salad Tour is a truly wonderful show, and I can’t wait for our fans to experience it! You’ll hear all the classic songs you love plus new ones! The show will feature a variety of dance styles and performances that go with different styles of music. Children will see and hear the drums, keyboards, banjo, guitars, bagpipes and lots of singing. We hope to see you there!”

Tickets for the show will be going on sale at 1 pm on Thursday 26 November of this year.

The earliest is for Vodafone customers, who can purchase pre-sale tickets starting Monday 23 November at 1 pm.  

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