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2005 NZ DMC World DJ Championships

Boost Mobile & Highlife Entertainment presents
2005 NZ DMC WORLD DJ CHAMPIONSHIPS
'20TH ANNIVERSARY COMPETITION'

AUCKLAND REGIONAL SATURDAY JULY 30TH @ STUDIO
WELLINGTON REGIONAL THURSDAY AUGUST 11TH @ COYOTES
CHRISTCHURCH REGIONAL FRIDAY AUGUST 12TH @ MINISTRY
NEW ZEALAND FINAL - AUCKLAND SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3RD @ STUDIO
WORLD FINAL ­ LONDON ­ SEPTEMBER 23RD & 24TH 2005

FOR MEDIA OR PHOTOGRAPHY PASSES PLEASE CONTACT:
ADAM.B 027 5 779 868 OR EMAIL: adam@secretmedia.co.nz


2005 DMC DJ CHAMPS ENTRY INFORMATION

DJs & Turntablists - here is your chance to compete for the 2005 DMC
World DJ Champion title at the most prestigious DJ competition in the world!
1st prize includes a trip to the 2005 DMC World Finals in London, the 2005
NZ DMC Champion Jacket, a wardrobe of clothing from Live Mechanics LA, a
Boost Mobile phone pack and more! Entry forms are available from DMC Auckland, DMC Wellington or DMC Christchurch (pause3@gmail.com). Enter now - all DJs are welcome whether first time entrants or veteran competitors!

DMC Auckland Regional + Tha Players Club:
Saturday July 30th at Studio K'rd Auckland
Entertainment Includes: DJ Manchoo, DJ DVS, DJ Logikal and many more
Tickets only $10


DMC Wellington Regional with special guest DJ Rectangle:
Thursday August 11th at Coyotes Wellington
Entertainment Includes: DJ Rectangle plus hot local talent
Tickets $20 Presales from DMC & Coyotes / $30 Doorsales


DMC South Island Regional with special guest DJ Rectangle:
Friday August 12th at Ministry Christchurch
Entertainment Includes: DJ Rectangle plus hot local talent
Tickets $35 from Cosmic Corner


DMC NEW ZEALAND FINAL 2005 + THA PLAYERS CLUB PARTY
September 3rd 2005 at Studio Krd Auckland

WORLD FINALS LONDON ­ SEPTEMBER 23RD & 24TH 2005

HUGE THANKS TO

TECHNICS, PIONEER, LIVE MECHANICS, RED BULL, ORTOFON, VESTAX, MPH, BOOST
MOBILE, HIGHLIFE ENTERTAINMENT, KANDIZONE.COM


www.dmcworld.co.nz

ENDS

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