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One Love Wellington @ the Velodrome Waitangi Day

One Love in Wellington at the Velodrome on Waitangi Day

30 January, 2001

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Radio Active 89FM and Paradise.Net

in association with the Wellington City Council, V, Lion Red and with thanks to Rizla present ONE LOVE 2002 ...let's get together and feel alright...


Velodrome, atop of Hataitai Park

Waitangi Day

Wednesday 6th February 2002, 12-7pm

Deep bass grooves provided by the Black Seeds, Fat Freddys Drop, DJ Lemon and Sounds Almighty Aotearoa featuring Mighty Asterix. Radio Active 89FM provides the essential ingredients to best enjoy Waitangi Day... sun, views, trees and most significantly - the roots reggae sound! Coinciding with the commemoration of Bob Marley's birthday, bring friends and whanau to dance and smile with us for New Zealand's national holiday on a lush grassfloor. In 2001, One Love - Dub in the Dell was recognised by Green MP Nandor Tanczos as the most popular Waitangi Day event in New Zealand with an estimated 5000 punters luxuriating in the Botanic Garden sunshine. Shifting to the lofty heights of the Hataitai Park Velodrome for 2002 (through the Mt Victoria tunnel heading towards the airport and first on your right), the 5th Annual One Love in Wellington again promises to create that irie unity vibe through the power of roots music One Love is this year providing Food & Market Stalls, keep kids in the shade at our SunSmart Kids Sanctuary and the St George Softball Club will be running a small bar.

For any further information about Radio Active 89FM's One Love on Waitangi Day, please don't hesitate to zap me back! Peace, Robyn

Robyn L. Walker aka Rockgirl

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Radio Active 89FM

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ph 04 8019899 fax 04 801 9879 studio 04 8019089 www.radioactive.fm


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