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2020 Season

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General Information

APO takes the health of our audience, musicians and staff very seriously. We are monitoring the global situation and following the advice of the Ministry of Health, regarding public events and mass gatherings. We are also working closely with the venue management Auckland Live, who are following the Ministry of Health's recommendations to ensure the safety and health of audience members.

As the situation is shifting quite quickly we will communicate with our audiences, artists and stakeholders appropriately as changes occur. The latest updates will be posted on the APO website, the APO Facebook page and the APO Ticketing line voicemail.

Venue Information

For the latest information about Auckland Live venues please vist their website for the latest information and updates by clicking the button below.

Concert Updates

The APO will return to the concert hall in July as it resumes its 2020 season. As to be expected, some concerts have changed slightly, some have been rescheduled, and some postponed until further notice.

Concert Changes





The New Zealand Herald Premiere Series: Houstoun Plays Rachmaninov

8pm, Thurs 9th July

The New Zealand Herald Premiere Series: Welcome Back with Houstoun

8pm, Thurs 9th July

Great Classics: The Creation

5pm, Sun 19 July

Great Classics: Mozart and Dvořák

7.30pm, Thurs 16 July

The New Zealand Herald Premiere Series: Legends

8pm, Thurs 30th July

The New Zealand Herald Premiere Series: New Horizons

8pm, Thurs 30th July

Rescheduled Concert

Room on the Broom & Stick Man

11.30am & 2pm, Sat 25 July


11.30am & 2pm, Saturday 5 September

Postponed concerts

Blue Planet II Live in Concert

7.30pm, Weds 22 July


Wallace & Gromit’s Musical Marvels

7.30pm, Fri 4 September
2.30pm, Saturday 5 September


Cancelled concerts

Up Close Concerti

6pm, Friday 10 July



If you have purchased tickets to any events that has been cancelled please fill out our Ticketing Resolution Form to let us know how you would like us to proceed. Any other ticketing enquiries should be directed to [email protected].

What do I do about my tickets?

Q. I have tickets to a concert that is going ahead and I still want to attend. What do I do?
A. Nothing! Just show up with your tickets for the concert as planned on the scheduled date and time. We'll look after the rest.

Q. What if I can no longer attend a scheduled concert that I have tickets for?
A. Click the button below to let us know what you want to do with your tickets. We cannot offer refunds, however we will exchange your tickets for another concert or keep your funds on your account as credit. You can use this credit to make a booking until 31 March 2021.

Q. Can I still book tickets for one of the concerts in July?
A. Yes! Just click the 'More Info' button below and make a booking.

Q. I have tickets to one of the of the postponed concerts. What do I do?
A. We will be in touch soon with details on a new date, and we will ask you what you would like to do with your tickets.

Links to Updates

Thursday 11 June - APO Raises the Baton again on 2020 Season

Monday 25 May - APO Concert Cancellations for June

Friday 3 April - APO Concert Cancellations for May

Tuesday 24 March - APO Concert Cancellations for April

Friday 20 March - APO Cancels Beethoven Livestreams but will Stream Concert Favourites

Wednesday 18 March - APO's Beethoven 250 to be delivered by Livestream

This is not a situation we could have foreseen, and we appreciate your support during this challenging time. We hope that you stay safe and well and we look forward to sharing our performances with you and welcoming you back into the concert hall soon.




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