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Glamour at To To'

GLAMOUR @ To To'
GLAMOUR
SATURDAY JUNE 24TH @ TO TO’

TO TO’ - The premium event venue, club & restaurant (53 NELSON ST, AUCKLAND CITY)

GLAMOUR is now in its third year and has brought you some of the best parties ever in the Auckland dance event market.


This GLAMOUR features an outstanding collaboration of New Zealand’s finest DJ’s and Entertainers performing exclusive sets throughout 4 stylish rooms and 2 intimate outdoor garden area’s.


We have brought together most of your favourite Bar Tenders, Doormen and Hosts from all the top clubs, bars and restaurants throughout Auckland to provide you with that extra special service.


Join us for a spectacular night of great music, good people, outstanding event production, Champagne and GLAMOUR as we bring you a personal party experience that will exceed your expectations.

DJ’s, Entertainers, Bar Tenders, Doormen, Hosts and the Presenting Sponsor to be announced May 11th.


Exclusive Tickets on sale Friday May 12th.


Thanks to Sony Ericsson, Red Bull, Elizabeth Arden Fragrances, Highlife Entertainment, Guess Watches, Tonic Records, Biggie.co.nz, To To, Monte Cristo productions, George FM and Spy Bar for their support.


ENDS


www.highlifeentertainment.co.nz

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