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Sundown kicks off again at Stonyridge Vineyard

Adam.b & Fallen Angel Events present

Sundown

Saturday February 25th @ Stonyridge Vineyard Waiheke Island


Welcome to the next installment of the premium party that everyone has been talking about!


Sundown kicks off again at Stonyridge Vineyard Waiheke Island on Saturday February 25th 2006.


After a record turn out on the last event, Highlife Entertainment and Fallen Angel events have upgraded the Sundown parties once again to satisfy your needs. We are constantly improving all our facilities including toilets, bars, security, seating, transport and more so we can compliment your party experience as much as possible. We have also organised some special rates and affordable prices on bottles of wine.

This huge Sundown party features:

DJ’s - Grant Marshall, Sample Gee, General Lee and Andy Barr
Plus - Maya on percussion, Lewis McCallum on sax, Live Vocalists and more!

Transport:
Finally we have extra Ferries sorted! Thanks to the great people at Fullers we have organised for them to sell special transport passes which include a ticket to Sundown and a pass on a Ferry etc There are also other packages available too!
You can buy these from the Fullers ticket offices on the wharf or buy phoning 09 3679111 or go to www.fullers.co.nz
Tickets go on sale February 2nd 2006.

Official After party:
Kicks off at Spy Bar 12am

Thanks to:
Highlife Entertainment, George FM, Sony Ericsson, Fullers, Fallen Angel Wines, Spy Bar, Aplus design studio

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