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Fevah 3rd Birthday

Fevah 3rd Birthday

"In the past 3 years Fevah has established itself as one of New Zealand's most successful dance events. Hosting events in Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, New Plymouth, Palmerston North, Wellington, Christchurch, Timaru and Dunedin on a regular basis.

Some of the worlds most recognized Dance music producers and DJ's have performed to the New Zealand masses where we have got a chance to sample some of what's happening in the home of Hardhouse and Trance, London England.

This year Fevah is proud to present our 3rd Birthday celebrations. For these events we have had plenty of requests from people for their favorite DJ's, so we are pleased to announce we have some of the best on the way. Along side some of New Zealand finest DJ's we will have K90 (Live) Matt Clarke (Fevah UK) and Ian Mac (Synergy UK).

We have dates confirmed in Wellington Fri 14th March @ Studio 9 complex, Christchurch Sat 15th March @ The Civic & Auckland Sat 22nd March @ Bed.

We would like to shout out a big "THANK YOU " to everyone who has helped us over the past 3 years, your support has been outstanding. Thanks you to all the DJ's, VJ's, Record labels and producers who have helped Fevah NZ secure some of the biggest names over the past 3 years. Thanks you to all our staff, friends and venue operators who have helped get things right on the night. Finally a massive THANKS to all the people we see at every FEVAH, we love having you at our events and look forward to seeing you there in 2003.

James & Blair

Wellington Fri 14th March

@ Studio 9 complex , 11pm till 7am

Tickets $34 advance or more on the door (Booking fee may apply),

available from Mticket, Colorado, Flipside, Firm Records, Cosmic Corner and Real Groovy Happy b-day Matt Clarke and Dean Pettersson

With UK Guest DJ's K90 (Live) and Matt Clarke & Ian Mac

Fevah Room (Sub 9)

11 till 12.30 - Stoo

12.30 till 2 - Chowie

2 till 3.30 - Ian Mac

3.30 till 4.30 - K90

4.30 till 6 - Matt Clarke

6 till 7 - Hawkes

Fahrenhite Room (Studio 9)

11 till 12.30 - Ryan Baynes

12.30 till 1.45 - Tommy Relentless

1.45 till 3.00 - Stuee the Dog

3.00 till 4.30 - Mr Ree

4.30 till 5.45 - Shakka

5.45 till 7 - Disturbed

9 Bar

11 till 12.30 - Shortstop

12.30 till 2 - Olley B

2 till 3.30 - Christopher Leigh

3.30 till 5 - Ryan

5 till 7 - Dannyboy

Christchurch Sat 15th March

@ The Civic, 10pm till 6am

Tickets $29 advance (Booking fee may apply) or $39 on the door,

available from Mticket, Sound Works, Central Surf, Cosmic Corner & Exit Surf.

With UK Guest DJ's K90 and Matt Clarke

Main Room

10 till 12 - Fil B2B Joel

12 till 2 - Jane-e B2B Enriched

2 till 3 - K90

3 till 5 - Matt Clarke

5 till 6 - Hawkes B2B Pooley

House Room

10 till 12 - Nacoa

12 till 1.30 - Shannon Aston

1.30 till 4.30 - Hemi B2B Aragorn

4.30 till 6 0- King Al

Auckland Sat 22nd March

@ Bed 10pm till 6am

tickets are $25 each , booking fee may apply or more on the door .ticket

outlets are burgerfuel, real groovy, needle on the record and route 66.

Main Room

10 to 11 - Hoover Kitty

11 to 12 - Agent D

12 to 1.15 - Stephan

1.15 to 2.30 - Rob clouston

2.30 to 4.30 - Matt clarke (Fevah UK)

4.30 to 6am - Jazz & Pooley



Releases such as 'Bomb-Jack', 'Deliverance' and 'Genetik', all released on Telica Communications, helped Mark Doggert (K90) achieve deep respect from peers and fans alike, and further groundbreaking tracks have since followed on the label's Recover imprint. These tracks have featured on massive selling compilation albums such as Reactivate, Fevah and Dance Valley, and with K90 now remixing for leading labels such as Nukleuz, Tidy Trax and Tripoli Trax, his sound has been pushed to the masses. The K90 phenomenon is now going global, with live PA's and tours in countries such as Holland, Norway, Denmark, the USA, New Zealand, Australia and Japan always resulting in the same overwhelming crowd reactions to his commanding stage presence and musical brilliance.

Matt Clarke

Matt has developed a style of blending his music eliminating all external forces on the record, which then leads to a cleaner more subliminal mix. Matt's experience and ability allows flexibility in style and sound to adapt to the needs of the crowd yet guide them in his own unique way. Matt is very well known for his residencies in London one of which is now the longest running Hard dance night, The Mighty Fahrenhite!!

Ian Mac

Ian Mac returns to New Zealand with his unique blend of Uplifting Hard Trance!! No stranger to these shores, Ian first DJ'd here over 5 years ago alongside the likes of JUDGE JULES, SONIQUE and the legendary late great TONY DE VIT.

CD Info

Kicking double mix-CD set from Fevah NZ. Both discs contain numerous tracks from Fevah's own label, including two gems from Hawkes himself as well as a couple from K90 as well. Check out the Fevah website for more details, or get to

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The cost of your mobile ticket will be debited from your Vodafone account or Prepay airtime, messages to 858 are free, $2 booking fee will apply, for more information visit or dial 777 from your Vodafone mobile

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