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Reprezent @ Gas Nightclub Sydney

HIGHLIFE ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA RELEASE: 2/9/2005

REPREZENT @ GAS NIGHTCLUB SYDNEY
NEW ZEALANDS #1 HIP HOP & RnB CLUBBING EVENT LANDS IN SYDNEY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30TH 2005! DOORS OPEN 10PM

After 3 years of sold out events, New Zealand¹s #1 Hip Hop and RnB clubbing event REPREZENT heads over the Tasman and lands in Sydney late this September. Chart toppers MISFITS OF SCIENCE and NZ DMC Champions DJ Manchoo (Flava 96.1, Highlife Entertainment, Reprezent resident) and DJ CXL (Dawnraid, Ill Semantics, Flava 96.1, Base FM) head the first REPREZENT event with support from some of Australia¹s local all stars.

This is the first stage in action of Highlife Entertainments plans to take their event brands international and showcase New Zealand¹s DJ and entertainers world wide. Plans for further REPREZENT shows in Sydney, Melbourne and the Gold Coast later this year are now under way as well as negotiations with UK promoters to take the brand to London in mid 2006.

LIVING THE HIGHLIFE, HIGHLIFE ENTERTAINMENT

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