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ROCK2WGTN Attracts Hollywood Interest!

ROCK2WGTN P R E S S R E L E A S E No 14

Issued: Tuesday, 12 February 2008 Immediate Release:

ROCK2WGTN ATTRACTS HOLLYWOOD INTEREST!

ROCK2WGTN (Rock to Wellington)

With an enviable list of rock superstars and a special effects production, Easters ROCK2WGTN two-day spectacular is now receiving attention from media and film/DVD industry around the world.

Wellington based promoter Capital C: Concerts has been approached by independent TV and Film industry companies from Europe and Los Angeles to capture the ten hour Rocktacular as well as catering for some of the international artist who themselves want to immortalise the event.

‘The audiences coming to each of the two nights will become part of rock history’, said a spokesperson for the promoter, ‘ the collection of music legends in this combination is very unlikely to happen again ever!’

The event which will also see the unique marriage of WETA Workshops creative energy with concert presentation has intrigued people as to what will be seen at the dual concerts. The set and 3D design elements are currently being constructed at WETA Workshop studios in Wellington and will be ‘monstrous’ in proportions. Add Stunts, Flame performers, Pyro, dancers, lasers and costumes and ROCK2WGTN will deliver on every level.

From a kernel of an idea months ago to today, Rock2Wgtn has become a considerable topic of interest worldwide.

Day One (Sat March 22) Lordi, Alice Cooper & KISS
Day Two (Sun March 23) Poison, Whitesnake & Ozzy Osbourne

Bookings at Ticketek.com


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