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The Chocolate and Coffee Show tickets now on sale

The Chocolate and Coffee Show tickets now on sale

Tickets for one of the country’s newest foodie events are now on sale.

The public can purchase tickets online for The Chocolate and Coffee Show, which is being held 3-4 May in Auckland, via the Eventfinda and The Chocolate and Coffee Show websites.

Visitors can expect a delicious line-up of exhibitors including, Schoc Chocolates, Karajoz Coffee Company, Makana Confections, Devonport Chocolates and Petal Cupcakes.

Show organiser, Keith Sharp, says there will be a fantastic range of independent artisan chocolate and coffee producers, well known brands and the opportunity to see expert chocolatiers and baristas in action.

“This is the chance for people to discover new brands, flavours and tips over the course of the two-day event.”

The Chocolate and Coffee Show is in association with Green Valley Pure Milk.

Tickets are $22 adult, $12 child (10-15 years old) and under 10s are free. Gate sales will also be available; $25 adult, $15 child.

To purchase tickets for The Chocolate and Coffee Show, visit www.eventfinder.co.nz or www.chocolatecoffeeshow.co.nz.

What: The Chocolate and Coffee Show
Where: The Cloud, Queens Wharf, 99 Quay Street, Auckland
When: Saturday 3rd May -- Sunday 4th May 2014
Time: 9am-6pm (Saturday 3rd May); 9am-5pm (Sunday 4th May)
Visit: http://www.chocolatecoffeeshow.co.nz/ and on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chocolateandcoffeeshow?ref=hl

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