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Splore Returns 19-21 February 2010


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Splore Returns 19-21 February 2010

After much deliberation, research and negotiation Splore returns on 19-21 February 2010 to Tapapakanga Regional Park.

Many people have been emailing us urgently wanting us to release the date as they plan their weddings, return flights from overseas, family reunions and summer holidays. So we have consulted with the our resident astrologer Ray Castle who thinks it will be a cracker of a weekend, other NZ festival organisers, Ozzie promoters and a number of key stakeholders and we've come to the conclusion that, that is the weekend!! We are busy putting together a fantastic programme of music, art and performance and we will be making announcements later this year with our first key acts and projects as they come to hand.

Recall and remember the good times at Splore 08 here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgIJtbBjtJc 

EARLYBIRD TICKETS ON SALE NOW:

So as promised, our special earlybird ticket offer is now available to those who purchased tickets to the Splore Living Lounge for the exceptionally good price of $135.00 + booking fee (maximum purchase 4 tickets). We extend this offer until the 10 May 09 and you must of given us your email address when arriving at the Living Lounge to qualify for this offer. If you gave us your email we will be in touch with you directly via email very soon.

BUT - never fear, if you missed out on coming to the Splore Living Lounge, our 2nd tier of Earlybird tickets will be on sale from early May for $145 + booking fee. There will be a very limited number of these available on a first in, first served basis. Once again this offer is available to members of the Splore community and you need to be already on our database or join to ensure you have access to these tickets.

We appreciate all the feedback on acts for Splore 2010 - keep em coming http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/group.php?gid=43522547717 or just email us info@splore.net
John is off overseas shortly to seek and search out some prime acts to join our hot NZ line up of performers and artists.

Thanks to all that made it a long to the Splore Living Lounge. We had a fantastic four nights with superb entertainment and crazy party antics and a weatherbomb in the middle of it all (nothing like a challenge). More of that style themed parties coming to Splore 2010...

Sadly summer is coming to a slow and gentle end, so we recommend you heat yourself up with an exciting new show - The Cuban Carousel Show which tours New Zealand from 20 April - 3 May 09 and will take you on a historical journey of Cuba, conveyed through music and dance. For more info check www.cubancarousel.com Thanks to the great team at Jambalaya for promoting this show.

So spread the good word that Splore is on its way back next summer 19-21 Feb 2010 (only 10 months to go).

We're be back in touch with more info soon.
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