Fans who missed out on tickets to Radiohead have one last chance to see the band.
Ticketmaster was at 5pm set to release the final 200 tickets for the UK band's one-off New Zealand show at Auckland's Vector Arena on Tuesday night.
When they were originally released earlier this year, tickets to the show sold out in 19 minutes.
There will be a limit of two tickets per transaction and they will need to be collected from the venue's box office during the day tomorrow.
Radiohead will play for more than two hours tomorrow night, in their first visit to New Zealand since 1998.
Promoters say the Auckland gig will showcase the band's multi-decade career, from their earlier style of melodic rock through to their later experimentation with song structures and electronic influences.
The band, fronted by Thom Yorke, released their eighth studio album King of Limbs last year.
Earlier this year, the band's drum technician was killed when the roof of a venue they were playing in Toronto collapsed an hour before they were due on stage.
- Auckland Now
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