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Tickets 'Montana World Of Wearableart Awards'

Tickets Still Available To 'Montana World Of Wearableart Awards'!

Air New Zealand is still able to offer a limited supply of coveted tickets to the annual Montana World of WearableArt Awards extravaganza, staged each September in Nelson.

Hot on the heels of last week's announcement by the Montana World of WearableArt Award organisers that all tickets for the six September shows are sold out, Air New Zealand still has over 200 packages including show tickets available.

This year, for the first time, the number of shows has expanded from four to six, offering more opportunities for visitors to Nelson to see this outstanding event.

The Montana World of WearableArt Awards run over two weekends with shows on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights - September 12/13/14 and 19/20/21.

Air New Zealand has added an additional late flight from Nelson on these evenings to enable visitors to fly home directly after the shows, for ultimate flexibility.

Travel package prices to the Montana World of WearableArt Awards start from $441 from Wellington, for example, including return flights, a show ticket, one night's accommodation (twin share), return transfers from the airport to hotel, and from the hotel to the show venue, a Brancott Estate winery tour, free entry to the World of WearableArt and Collectable Car Complex and a bonus $50 discount voucher on a special mixed case of Montana Reserve wines.

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