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Reprezent @ Float - Saturday November 11th

TRIPLE 5 SOUL & HIGHLIFE ENTERTAINMENT PRESENTS

REPREZENT

‘Camouflage Edition’

NEW ZEALAND’S LARGEST HIP HOP & RnB CLUBBING EVENT

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 11TH @ FLOAT

Its back! New Zealand’s largest Hip Hop & RnB clubbing event returns to FLOAT on Saturday November 11th for its last event of 2006!

After eight consecutive sold out events at Coast Bar, Reprezent was forced to move venues when Coast was closed down.

Back in June, Highlife Entertainment held REPREZENT ‘Oriental Style’ at the brands new venue FLOAT, which proved to be a huge success!

Now Highlife Entertainment brings you another great night out with REPREZENT ‘Camouflage Edition’.

FLOAT will be transformed into a war zone with a full military styled theme, décor and production to it!

Anyone dressed in Camouflage or wearing Camouflage items of clothing will win prizes on entry!

The best Camouflaged dressed male and female will win prize packs to the value of $1500 each!

First 500 people through the door get a complimentary glass of Canadian Club.

Check out www.highlifeentertainment.co.nz for more details.

Big Thanks goes out to Sony Ericsson, New Era Caps, Triple 5 Soul, Canadian Club, Juice TV, Fantasy by Britney Spears, Real Groovy, Supre, Route 66, ETK and Highlife Entertainment

Entertainment includes:

DJ Sirvere, DJ CXL, MC Mzre, DJ Reminise, DJ D-Form, MC Bling, Karn Hall, DJ Spence, Adam.b and many more to be announced

Tickets:

Tickets $15 available from Real Groovy, Route 66, Supre, www.iticket.co.nz,phone 09 361 1000 or by texting REPREZENT to 858 from your Vodafone mobile!


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