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The biggest new year's eve party in town

The biggest new year's eve party in town


SKYCITY Auckland has launched a new website, www.skycitycountdown.co.nz, with details of all of the festive season fun and games to be had on and up to New Year's Eve.

Details of wonder-filled performances in the Atrium and body-rocking performances in the bars - all of which are FREE - can be found on the new website so you can plan your unforgettable evening at SKYCITY Auckland.

Make sure you're onsite for the real countdown on New Year's Eve too, as three times more fireworks than ever before are set to explode from the top of the Sky Tower.

David Christian, General Manager - SKYCITY Auckland, said: "The Sky Tower becomes a beacon for everyone celebrating the New Year, and when midnight strikes, all of Auckland will look towards the Tower to ring in 2008 with the most spectacular display of pyrotechnics we've ever seen."

So get cracking and visit www.skycitycountdown.co.nz or call 09 363 6000 for details of the myriad of entertainment options available and let the games begin.


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