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George FM Corona Beach parties 06/07

George FM Corona Beach parties 06/07

From December 16th New Zealand’s hottest independent radio station, George FM teams up with Corona to hit the kiwi coastline once again bringing you the sound of summer.

Now in its third year, the George FM Corona Beach party series has become a highly anticipated event with previous years attracting thousands of people to beaches across the North Island. Each event sizzles with the scent of summer, giving families and beach-goers some serious beach party action while putting a face to the personality that is George FM.

George FM’s team of devoted DJs craft the stations play list by spinning an eclectic mix of music for the love, and the glory. The beach parties are not only all about a celebration of summer, but also a commemoration to the talent that rocks this station week in week out.

Pack your beach bag, chilly bin, blankets, babies, friends and whanau and get your groove on at one of our Beach Parties this summer. This year there’ll be more fun games, cool competitions and awesome freebies to keep the fun rolling.

This year’s line-up includes, Brekky host Peter Urlich, Karn Hall, Greg Churchill & Angela Fisken (aka Aural Trash), Sample Gee, Chris Reed, Reece Jensen, Dick Johnson, Philippa, Matt Drake, Zayn Kemp, Bevan Keys, Silverbeat, Sam Hill & Grant Marshall, plus more to be announced.

Rightio, get your diaries out kids. Local beach party dates as follows…
16th December Mission Bay, 1 – 6pm
13th January Orewa, 1 – 6pm
20th January Raglan, 1 – 6pm
10th February Mission Bay, 1 – 6pm
24th February Milford Reserve, 1 – 6pm

The Road trip convoy leaves George FM HQ on Boxing Day and hits happening holiday hot spots all over Northland.

26th December Waipu Cove beach party
Night gig -Smashed Pipi, Mangawhai
27th December Paihia beach party
Night gig - Mako Beach Bar, Paihia
28th December No beach party
Night Gig - Crème Bar, Mt Manganui
29th Dec Whangamata beach party
Night gig - Palms Pacific Tavern
30th December Whitianga beach party
Night gig - Tuatua Bar
31st December Waihi beach party
No night gig

Five local beach events and a full-on road trip mean that wherever you’ll be this summer George FM and Corona will be there to provide the party!

George FM hopes everyone enjoys the events, but we urge people be accountable for their rubbish and take home what they bring down for responsible disposal.

ENDS

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