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TV2 Kids Fest box office opens this Saturday

15 June 2006

TV2 KidsFest box office opens this Saturday, 17 June

Tickets for TV2 KidsFest, New Zealand's favourite festival for children, go on sale at the Town Hall box office this Saturday, 17 June at 9am.

To celebrate ticket sales opening, from 10.30am children from the Christchurch Wizard School of Public Performance will parade from the Christchurch Art Gallery to their graduation ceremony at the Town Hall with massed pipe bands.

This year's animal-themed festival runs from Saturday 1 July to Friday 14 July.

Kids should start planning their TV2 KidsFest adventure now. They then need to discuss with a grown-up all the things they'd like to try out during their holidays.

There are more events than every before on this the 15th annual TV2 KidsFest calendar, from running a café' to making monster smoke-rings. Kids can listen to stories on the tram, ring the bells of the Cathedral or sleep over in Antarctica.

Tickets are sure to be in hot demand for special events, The Breeze Barnyard Bash, Animal Magic and Dog's Day Out in association with Hills Science Diet.

If children have not yet received a brochure through their school, they can get one at any Council Service Centre or Library, or by phoning the TV2 KidsFest hotline on 941 6877.

Visit www.kidsfest.co.nz or listen to The Breeze (94.5FM) for the latest up-to-date festival information.

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