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Whopper Chopper Seaside Extravaganza

Whopper Chopper
Seaside Extravaganza
The Greatest Show On Earth!!

The wait is finally at an end! After a year of immense anticipation, The Whopper Chopper Seaside Extravaganza of two thousand and two is here at last! Everyone likes to do fun things and what could be more fun than spending a sunny summer funday outdoors at the beaches of Wellington with your family and friends? So come in costume and partake in a day of sand and sculptures, limbo, seaside walks, horse shoe throwing and much, much more! Don¹t miss these four fun filled, musically charged beach excursions under the hot February sun!

Whopper Chopper announces the first annual Whopper Chopper Challenge. There are prizes to be won and fun to be had if you take part in these challenges. Bring along your inventions and try them out.

2nd International Pirates Convention (mermaids welcome) Monday January 21st ­ Wellington Anniversary Day at The Frank Kitts Lagoon featuring live performances from Mike Fabulous and Jacky tar and DJ¹s Koa and Top Knot. Whopper Chopper Challenge #1: Ridiculous Raft Competition

Hula Pacifica Sunday January 27th at Days Bay, Eastbourne featuring live performances from Fat Freddy¹s Drop, Porirua Cook Island group and DJ¹s Koa and Liam Whopper Chopper Challenge #2:Lolly Scramble Machine

Space Funk Sunday February 3rd at Princess Bay featuring live performances from The Astral Afronaughts and True Funk Therapy and DJ Missing Link Whopper Chopper Challenge #3: Funk Up your bike

Cowboys and Indians Sunday February 10th at Island Bay featuring live performances Big Rig and Grand Prix and DJ Koa Whopper Chopper Challenge #4: Human Powered Water Cannon

With many thanks to The Wellington City Council and Hutt City Council

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