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DB Export partners with Queenstown Winter Festival

Embracing the Elements
DB Export partners with the American Express Queenstown Winter Festival to launch a unique event and help festival-goers to ‘Embrace the Elements’

This winter, the DB Export crew wants nothing - not plummeting mercury, howling wind, or drifting snow to come between you and a great time. And to prove the point they have partnered with the American Express Queenstown Winter Festival to launch a unique new event and to add a little something extra to some festival favourites.

DB Export have worked with event organisers to help transform the Earnslaw Park event hub into a unique outdoor entertainment venue by creating New Zealand’s first hot tub cinema experience and launching the DB Export Embrace the Elements Evening Sessions that will see Queenstown’s best entertainers keep festival goers entertained.

Lisa Buckingham, Festival Manager, is excited about the new partnership with DB Export and the additions that they have brought to the event.

“The event hub that has been developed in Earnslaw Park in partnership with DB Export will be a real asset to the American Express Queenstown Winter Festival. Not only will it be the home for a number of key events but it’ll make the perfect meeting spot after a hard day on the mountain. With great live entertainment, fun events, and refreshing beer it’s going to be the place to catch up after an action filled day.”

DB Export has also gotten behind some festival favourites as the sponsor of the DB Export Dog Derby and the DB Export Dog Barking.

Simon Smith, part of the DB Export Queenstown Winter Festival team, explained why DB Export has embraced the event.

“DB Export has had a long involvement with winter events and Queenstown Winter Festival taps into Kiwi’s love of getting out there and doing of it. Whether it’s dog barking or getting into a hot tub in the middle of a park to take in a movie it’s great to be part of this iconic event and to be helping people embrace the elements this winter.”


DB Export’s American Express Queenstown Winter Festival Events
Embrace the Elements with DB Export Evening Sessions.

What:
Catch up with your mates and let DB Export crew look after you in the DB Export Bar – complete with live entertainment, warm heaters, and great beer in a stunning outdoor location this is the best of Queenstown’s backyard available to everyone (no age restrictions).

When:
4.30pm until 7.30pm, daily from Sunday June 22nd until Saturday June 28th.

Where:
Earnslaw Park, Queenstown waterfront

Who:
Sunday 22nd: Jazz- with Queenstown Jazz Orchestra with guest, Rodger Fox
Monday 23rd: Movie night - The Art of Flight
Tuesday 24th: Acoustic
Wednesday 25th: Blues - with Rick Stringer and The Federation
Thursday 26th : DJs – handpicked by The Source
Friday 27th: Showcase
Saturday 28th: Artist – handpicked by The Source


The DB Export Hot Tub Session – Hot Tub Cinema

What:
In the spirit of letting nothing come between you and a great time, we’re transforming Earnslaw Park into a unique outdoor entertainment experience; complete with hot tubs, heaters and all the comforts you could ask for.

Bring your friends down, chill out, thaw out, and enjoy entertainment on the big screen while the DB Export crew takes care of you.

When:
All sessions are on Saturday June 21st:

2.00pm - The World's Fastest Indian (screens 2.00pm – 4.10pm)
6.00pm - Eagle vs. Shark (screens 6.00pm – 7.40pm)

4.15pm - Footrot Flats A Dogs Tale (4.15pm – 6.00pm) Note: no tubs available

Where:
Earnslaw Park, Queenstown waterfront

Bookings:
Tubs are limited – please visit DB Export’s Facebook page / www.facebook.com/dbexport for details.

Can’t book a tub? Then heaters and seating available so you can enjoy the sessions in comfort

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