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The Corona George FM Summer Road Trip announced

Thursday 22nd November 2007

The Corona George FM Summer Road Trip announced

New Zealand’s favourite beer of summer, Corona, and New Zealand’s hottest radio station, George FM, are bringing you the sounds of summer with the Corona George FM Summer Road Trip, hitting holiday hotspots throughout the north of the North Island from the 26th to the 30th December. This year the party is even bigger and better with the road trips happening both north and south of Auckland at the same time.

Instead of beach parties as in previous years, the road tour will be hitting popular night spots with its swag of talented George FM DJs dropping the biggest tunes for your dancing pleasure. With Corona close at hand to keep you refreshed during the hot summer nights, there couldn’t be a better way to enjoy the summer sounds. So wherever you are this summer, Corona and George FM will be there to rock the party at your favourite holiday location.

On the Northern Leg

This year’s line up includes: Tommy Flowers, Jason Eli, T-Rice, Sambro, Jess Hartley, Emma Green, Nyntee and Dave Page.

The dates for the road trip are as follows: 26th December Paihia
Night gig at the Mako Beach Bar 8pm – 1am
27th December Waipu Cove
Night gig at the Smashed Pipi 8pm – 1am
28th December Snell’s Beach
Night gig at the Salty Dog 8pm – 1am
29th December Whangaparaoa
Night gig at Babalu’s 8pm – 2am
30th December Waiheke Island
Day/Night gig at Sand Bar with beach style BBQ party 2pm – 1am On the Southern Leg This year’s line up includes Mat, Random Play, Tim Richards, Mark Emerson, Daniel Farley, R.I.A and Dan Auxiliary. 26th December Mt Maunganui
Night gig at Crème Bar 8pm – 1am
27th December Tauranga
Night gig at Buddha Bar 8pm – 3am
28th December Cook’s Beach, Flaxmill Bay
Afternoon jam at Eggsentric Cafe 6pm – 10pm
29th December Whangamata
Night gig at the Palm Pacific Tavern 8pm – 1am
30th December Whitianga
Night gig at Tua Tua 8pm – 2am
The Corona George FM Summer Road Trip promises to be the best way to spend your summer. So get the dates in your diary, tell your friends, grab a few cold Coronas and come and enjoy some great summer tunes! ends

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