EVANESCENCE To Perform At New York City's Z100 JINGLE BALL
EVANESCENCE is among the artists that have been confirmed to perform at the annual Z100 Jingle Ball show, which takes place at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 15 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Also scheduled to appear are NICK LACHEY, THE KILLERS, PUSSYCAT DOLLS, JOJO, THE FRAY, RIHANNA, NELLY FURTADO and RBD.
"2006 has been such an incredible year for pop music," said Z100 program director Sharon Dastur in a press release. "I can't think of a better way to cap off the year than to celebrate at Madison Square Garden with some of the biggest names in music and tens of thousands of passionate music fans."
Tickets are being sold exclusively to ZVIP members via Ticketmaster. There is a four-ticket limit per order. Fans need to register at www.z100.com to become a ZVIP and purchase tickets. There is no charge for registration.
Madison Square Garden is located on Seventh Avenue and 32nd Street. More information is available by calling the box office at (212) 465-6741 or by visiting www.thegarden.com.
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