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Corona to Kick Off Kiwi North Island Summer Tour

MEDIA RELEASE               JANUARY 2014

Corona to Kick Off Kiwi North Island Summer Tour with Iconic 1963 Airstream


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There’s nothing better than taking time out to enjoy the ultimate vibe of a Kiwi summer - surfing at the beach, enjoying tunes by the bonfire or sipping on an ice cold Corona (with lime) served from a specially commissioned iconic Airstream.

The beautifully restored Airstream trailer will be making its debut appearance in New Zealand this summer on the Corona Summer Tour. This amazing piece of American history will be used as a pop-up bar and art show as it tours around the North Island.

Corona has secured some top New Zealand acts including Tahuna Breaks, Sola Rosa Sound System and Liam Finn, who will perform an exclusive gig for adoring Corona fans. The Clean will also put on a Corona gig at Major Toms in The Mount. 

Kicking off with Tahuna Breaks playing a public concert at Mangawhai Tavern, followed by a series of invite-only gigs, the Corona Summer Tour will visit popular beach spots and venues giving away merchandise along the way.

Those wanting to be a part of the ride can follow the Airstream on tour by checking out #coronanzairstream on Instagram or liking Corona NZ on Facebook.

DateMusicianWhere
25 January 2014Corona Presents: Tahuna BreaksMangawhai Tavern, Mangawhai Heads, Auckland
27 January 2014Corona Presents: Sola Rosa Sound SystemMuriwai Beach, Muriwai, Auckland
31 January 2014Corona Presents: BOWL-A-RAMA Wellingtons Love and Guts art show, featuring Surf City and The RaskolnikovsMeow, Wellington
6 February 2014Corona Presents: Sola Rosa Sound SystemSecret venue in Whangamata, Coromandel
8 February 2014Corona Presents: The Clean and Die! Die! Die!Major Toms, Mt Maunganui, Tauranga
15 February 2014Corona Presents: Die! Die! Die! and Team DynamiteYOT Club, Raglan

Corona – From Where You’d Rather Be this summer.

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