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Glamour Saturday June 24th @ To To

Bacardi presents
New Zealand’s Most Prestigious House Music Event Returns With a New Venue!

Saturday June 24th @ To To’
TO TO’ - The premium event venue, club & restaurant - (53 NELSON ST, AUCKLAND CITY)

Bacco: Funky Vocal House
10 – 12 Sample Gee
12 – 2 Bevan Keys
2 – 4 Jolyon Petch
4 – 6 Grant Marshall
Levani on percussion
Lewis on Sax

Dolce Vita: House & Live music
10 - 12 Geoff Parker
12 - 2 Scotty Lewis & Jason Eli b2b
2- 4 Cuffy
4 - 6 Jarrod Phillips

Monte Christo lounge: Deep Jackin House
9 – 11 Jay L
11 – 1 Andy Vann
1 – 3 Soane
3 – 5 Karn Hall & DJ Lucas b2b
5 – 7 Tim Richards
Jacob on Sax


First issue $17 Tickets available now from Real Groovy, Route 66, Supre, by booking online at or phone (09) 361 1000 or by texting GLAMOUR to 858 from your vodafone mobile.

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