New Zealand High Commission Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Rugby World Cup 2011

Tournament Organiser, Rugby New Zealand 2011 (RNZ 2011) unveiled its ticketing policy for the seventh Rugby World Cup which will feature three sales phases, beginning with applications for Venue Pool Packs (tickets for all pool matches at a chosen venue) and Team Pool Packs (tickets for all pool matches for a chosen team).  More information can be found at www.rugbyworldcup.com.

It has been announced there will also be a Nationwide Festival which will be wrapped aroud the 45 day day Tournament that showcases the best of New Zealand's People, food and wine, cultures and landscapes.

Prime Minister Mr Key stated "The festival will engage locals and visitors alike, giving New Zealanders a chance to discover more about their country and enriching the New Zealand experience for visitors.  I encourage every region of New Zealand to make the most of this opportunity to showcase ourselves to the world, and to have a great time while we do it."

The festival events and attractions have been posted on the website www.nz2011.govt.nz, and the programme will continue to grow to an expected 1000 events around the country.  the official festival launch is planned for September 2010.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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File RWC 2011 tickets - quick facts.pdf
File RWC 2011 tickets - FAQs.pdf

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