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October 30, 1987| Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

The New Zealand leg of Michael Jackson's concert tour was canceled Thursday because promoters there couldn't meet demands from Jackson's tour manager that audiences be seated, a spokesman for a local promoter told Reuters news service. Jackson was scheduled to perform at open-air stadiums in Auckland and Wellington in early December. Auckland authorities wouldn't permit seating to be erected because it would damage the stadium grounds; subsequently the Wellington date was canceled because, the spokesman said, it didn't pay to bring Jackson to New Zealand for a single concert.

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