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NZ – Home Of The Newest Hard Rock In The World

The newest Hard Rock Cafe in the world officially opens in Queenstown tonight, Friday 22 June.

The champagne is on ice, the red carpet is ready to roll and the excitement is building for the glitz and glamour
of the exclusive party, which kicks off at7.30pm.

The Hard Rock Cafe Queenstown, which is also the first Cafe in New Zealand, will be packed out by more than 300 guests, including special guest appearances by Elvis, Marilyn Monroe and John Lennon.

Otago MP Gavan Herlihy will officially open the Hard Rock Cafe before the party starts rocking to the music of Diesel.

This official opening marks the 30th anniversary year of the international brand.
Proceeds from the evening go to Variety – The Children’s Charity.

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