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Summer Just Got Hotter

SUMMER JUST GOT HOTTER


IT’S BACK… AND IT’S BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE!
THE SUMMERDAYZE DANCE FESTIVAL 2006
FRIDAY 6TH JANUARY, ELLERSLIE RACE COURSE, AUCKLAND 4PM – 4AM

3am Events in association with Highlife Entertainment are proud to present Summerdayze 2006– New Zealand’s essential summer dance festival daring to tread where no other event has gone before.

Summerdayze 2006 is going to shake things up, put some fun and imagination back into summer and bring you more mind blowing production than any other dance carnival in Australasia.

Twelve hours of inspired programming, astonishing theatrics and on site entertainment, guarantees that this will be the most coveted dance event of the year.

Dance music enthusiasts will party across eight extraordinary arenas each individually dressed using more sound, lighting, video screens, visual arts and lasers than ever before. Everywhere you turn you will be met with something incredible. You’ll share a moment with friends in one of the many sumptuous chill out zones including the RED BULL ZONE, the BIGGIE ZONE and the LIGHT YEARS ZONE and be entertained by countless numbers of dancers, performers and carnival acts that will take their place across the event.

And all this before you even get to the arenas! Summerdayze 2006 have managed to secure an unprecedented line up of artists who are a truly global reflection of dance music including the one and only Roger Sanchez, The Body Rockers, Benny Benassi, Eddie Halliwell, Tall Paul, and many many more.

Aside from the music, for the first time at Summerdayze 2006 you’ll have the chance to mix with your favourite Super-star DJ’s in a very special VIP area. VIP tickets will include a free car park, free coat/bag check, queue-buster pass, limited edition souvenir laminates, separate bathrooms and complimentary red bull. But you better get in quick, only 200 of these exclusive tickets will go on sale.

And if that wasn’t enough the piece de resistance comes in the form of a massive outside laser lightshow and night sky trackers!

So with more than 30 DJ’s and live acts across 8 arenas entertaining frenzied clubbers, this event promises to be one of the best nights of the year and quite possibly one of the best nights of your life.

Summerdayze 2006 – The Summer Just Got Hotter!

SUMMERDAYZE MAIN ARENA
ROGER SANCHEZ / BODYROCKERS / BENNY BENASSI / BEVAN KEYS / TIM PHINN / JOYLON PETCH

HARD DANCE / TRANCE
EDDIE HALLIWELL / TALL PAUL / GRANT KEARNY (SAMPLE GEE) / MCENERGY / NANZ

BREAKS / D&B
GREG CHURCHILL / EVIL NINE / PAGE 3 & MCTWINCAM / ASTRAL / MARK EMERSON / FUNKSHUN

HARD HOUSE
POOLEY / DAVE HOOK / TAZ / ANDY DAY/ SEB DARUSH

LIVE DANCE ARENA
ANTIFORM AND MORE

THEOUTDOOR LIVE MUSICJAZZ ARENA
TO BE ANNOUNCED

SUMMERDAYZE VIP ARENA
KARN HALL/ TIMMY T/ ANDY BARR / JOLYON PETCH / NICK MOON / EMMA GREEN

3AM NEW BEGINNINGS
FEATURING THE BEST LOCAL DJ’S PLAYING THEIR DEBUT SETS IN FRONT OF A LIVE AUDIENCE


TICKET DETAILS


1ST EDITION EARLYBIRD TICKETS $48 + BOOKING FEE
2ND EDITION EARLYBIRD TICKETS $58 + BOOKING FEE
FULL PRICE TICKETS $68 + BOOKING FEE
VIP TICKETS $80
CONTACT 021 711 198

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