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Get ‘Hot in the City’ this New Year at SKYCITY!

Get ‘Hot in the City’ this New Year at SKYCITY!

SKYCITY is cranking it up a notch this New Year’s Eve with bigger and better fireworks than ever before and entertainment across site all night long hosted by Jackie Clarke! Fireworks will be extended from last year’s six minute show to ten minutes with more layering and pyrotechnics creating double the intensity from last year.

The stunning red and gold pyrotechnics mirror the theme inside SKYCITY which this year is ‘Hot in the City’. The home of fun in the city, there will be live entertainment and a buzzing atmosphere across the 19 bars and restaurants in the SKYCITY property and under the base of the Sky Tower. Red carpeting will lead the way into a wonderland of stunning lighting, a giant chandelier in the main Atrium and SKYCITY Show Girls entertaining guests.

As always SKYCITY is going big with the ‘Midnight Moment’, starting a digital countdown 36 hours in advance.

Entertainment line up:

• Atrium: 2.00pm –7.00pm: DJ Leza Lee and SKYCITY Showgirls and Salsa dancers
• Twentyone: 8.00pm – 4.00am: AbsolutParty, DJ Grant Marshall, DJ Big Pun, DJ Grant Kearney
• The Deck: 7.15pm – 3.30am: Soulista, Ben Lummis Trio, DJ Reminise
• Sammy‘s Place: 7.00pm – 4.30am: Mark & Linda, Allegro, DJ Linley Latu
• Fortuna: 8.30pm –12.30am: Party Dolls
• Orbit Revolving Restaurant: 8.30pm –12.30am: Diana Harris Trio
• Porte-Cochere (under the Sky Tower): Stix Sax and Salsa with fire pois, fire sticks and stilt walkers

* Please note that fireworks are weather dependent and if winds exceed 55km per hour they will not proceed due to safety reasons.

*SKYCITY does not charge a surcharge on any public holiday.

*SKYCITY is R20 across site on New Year’s Eve except for prior restaurant reservations and hotel guests.


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