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The 2005 Supa Jam - Waitakere Trusts Stadium

The 2005 Supa Jam

SATURDAY 16th AT THE WAITAKERE TRUSTS STADIUM WEST AUCKLAND!
DOORS OPEN AT 6PM! OUTSIDE (SKATING/LOW RIDERS) AREA IS FREE AND STARTS AT 3PM!


FEATURING:

JIN RUFF RYDERS

THAI KICKBOXING & BOXING FIGHTS!
Shane ‘The Choppa’ Chapman VS Charles August
Jharn (Croatia) VS Fassal (Sudan) WKBF Title fight
Benw Agnew VS Rowan Sampson NZ Title fight
PLUS A WHOLE LOT MORE!!!

DJ’s, MC’s, THAI KICKBOXING, BREAK DANCING, LOW RIDER CARS, SKATING & MORE!

GROUP PASSES ARE AVAILABLE AT ONLY $100 for 4 PEOPLE! FROM REAL GROOVY, ROUTE 66 OR ON THE DAY FROM THE STADIUM FROM 10AM! NORMAL TICKETS ONLY $30

CORPORATE RINGSIDE TABLES AVAILABLE FROM $500 PLEASE CALL 027 5779 868 TO BOOK YOURS NOW!

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