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Where are you for New Year of 2006?

Press Release: Wherever You Are If Its Auckland 05/06 - Make Sure Its Where the Party is at ...

GeorgeFM presents:

Cuervo Bring It On - featuring Bob Sinclar, THE SELLOUT NEW YEARS PARTY OF 2004/ 2005 & now its back its back New Year's Eve 2006

Auckland’s premier New Year’s Eve party is back again at The Civic Complex.

Like last year, Cuervo Bring It On will feature five rooms and six bars - The Wintergarden, Taj Mahai, Safari, Elephant, Civic Foyer & Veranda with special guest international hip swaying disco - tastic funky french house DJ Bob Sinclar and a huge local line up playing enough musical variety to satisfy the most discerning party-goer.

Who is Bob Sinclar? Bob Sinclar is a figment of the imagination of the pouting Parisian Chris LeFriant who as a teenager in 1988 started his DJ career, making & spinning hip-hop & acid jazz in the bars & club joints of France. Creating his own record label Yellow Recordings to assist in the release of the Black music - so beloved of immigrant populations of Paris, Le Friant began working with Daft Punk & then surfed the wave of late 90's disco flavoured house music. Le Friant then created the persona Bob Sinclar, suave & sophisticated seventies superspy & disco - man extrordinaire - the famous DJ, producer & remixer later responsible for the dance floor hits "Gym Tonic ", "My Only Love", "The Ghetto", "I Feel For You", "Save Our Soul", "The Beat Goes On" and 2005 global summer anthem "Love Generation" - a feel-good acoustic strummed European sing-along Summer top ten smash with vocals courtesy of Gary 'Nesta' Pine - leader of Bob Marleys Wailers.

LOVE GENERATION - BOB SINCLAR ( vocals from Gary nesta Pine )single out here in January 06, serviced to TVNZ / TV3 / Juice / C4 / Alt tv & all major radio networks NOW! After its huge success in Europe - big things are expected of this single here in NZ.

Joining Bob Sinclar on New Year's Eve will be Tim Phin, Grant Marshall, The Funky Riders, Mark Emerson, Philippa, Paul Dean, Ange, Jolyon Petch, Reed & Radley, Luke Walker & Loki, Page3, Tim Richards, Tom Ward, Dalai, Jonathan Marshall, Daniel Farley, Ants and Paulio ensuring you a very special 2005 countdown and unforgettable start to 2006 dancing your way in style at Auckland's most lavish New Year's Eve party.

Tickets are $67 +bf and on sale now from all Ticketek outlet's, Real Groovy or online at www.ticketek.co.nz. The Civic capacity is strictly limited to ensure your safety and comfort. As with last year’s party, this year’s Cuervo Bring It On will again sellout so get in early to make sure you don't miss out.

ENDS

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