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Tuborg Fiesta Del Sol @ The Kelliher Estate

HIGHLIFE ENTERTAINMENT & DAWSONS CATERING PRESENT

TUBORG

FIESTA DEL SOL

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17TH

4PM – 4AM / R20

KELLIHER ESTATE

PUKETUTU ISLAND

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND

STARRING

CRAZIBIZA

TUBORG FIESTA DEL SOL returns this summer to the magnificent Kelliher Estate venue on Auckland’s exotic Puketutu Island and Highlife is excited to announce that this year’s party will be headlined by International dance music duo CRAZIBIZA who will be performing in New Zealand for their very first time!

Spanish for ‘Festival of the Sun’, FIESTA DEL SOL is a European flavoured event celebrating the start of summer and offering a unique party experience at one of New Zealand’s most spectacular venues.

Expect DJ’s and live musicians, gourmet food, secluded lounges, private party areas, first class hospitality and a top of the line event production and set up.

Return bus transfers from Auckland city will make your attendance that much easier.

CRAZIBIZA

Crazibiza is the excitingly ingenious pairing of legendary Hungarian house aficionado Tommyboy and fellow countryman Agebeat.

Combining their individual talents & creative flair for this project, you can expect to hear only the highest caliber house music from these guys as they rock the dance floor with big room dance tunes and heavy hitting house beats.

Crazibiza's recent achievements include tracks & remixes appearing on Ministry of Sound, Hed Kandi, Space Ibiza & Pacha Ibiza compilations to name just a few along with multiple tracks consistently landing prime positions on Beatport.

Their skills are the desired requisite for artists including Axwell, Joey Negro, Akon, Ron Carroll, and Spencer & Hill amongst others.

For more information on Crazibiza visit
WEBSITE

http://crazibiza.com/

FACEBOOK

https://www.facebook.com/crazibiza

YOUTUBE

http://www.youtube.com/user/CrazibizaTV

http://www.youtube.com/user/ugrpro

SOUND CLOUD

http://soundcloud.com/crazibiza

LINE UP

CRAZIBIZA

SAM HILL

KARN HALL

GRANT MARSHALL

MAYA VANYA

SAMBRO

DJ REMINISE

JASON ELI

LUCAS OLIVER

BEAT MAFIA

JARROD PHILLIPS

DOUGAL SWIFT

ALEX Q

ULTAN BURKE

NISBERT & ADIL

GIDEON RETIEF

LEVANI ON PERCUSSION

LEWIS McCALLUM ON SAX

EVENT INFORMATION

TICKETS:

This event has a limited capacity!

Only 1600 tickets on sale to the public!

First issue tickets $35 + bf
Second issue tickets $45 + bf
Third issue tickets $55 + bf
Online from Iticket http://iticket.co.nz/ Real Groovy – City: http://www.realgroovy.co.nz/ Route 66 - Newmarket http://route66.co.nz/ Conch Records - Ponsonby Rd http://www.conch.co.nz/ By Phone +64 9 361 1000 VIP AREA:

Purchase a ticket to the VIP area to enjoy a premium experience at Fiesta Del Sol.

VIP Tickets are very limited and include swift VIP entry to the event, a complimentary drink on arrival, access to the exclusive VIP lounge that over looks the main area, luxury toilets, leather furniture, glassware, top shelf beverages, Champagne and more!

VIP tickets are $115 + BF and are available from www.iticket.co.nz BUS TRANSPORT

A return bus service to and from the Kelliher Estate has been organised for this event. Buses will be departing from the Intersection of Lower Hobson St and Quay St Auckland city, opposite the Copthorne Hotel and Carpark Bar, outside the Spy Bar walkway area with buses leaving at 4pm and 6pm (boarding from 3.30pm and 5.30pm). Buses will then depart Kelliher Estate towards the end of the event to return back to Auckland from 1am, 2am and 3am (each bus departs once full). The cost of this service is $18 per person.

Pre sale return bus tickets can be purchased from Real Groovy, Conch Records Ponsonby Rd, by phone 09 361 1000 or online from www.iticket.co.nz CAR PARKING & TAXIS

Car parking next to the venue will be available and a full Taxi service stand will also be stationed at the event with vehicles ready to take guests to their next destination.

FDS PRIVATE PARTY AREAS:

Get your own fully catered and serviced private party area for you and your friends at Fiesta Del Sol!

Each area comes complete with marquee, flooring, lounge furniture and is set back over looking the main garden party area with a view of the stage. It is sectioned off from other attendees and includes 12 VIP tickets to the event, security, waiting staff for table service, 2 bottles of Champagne, 2 bottles of white wine, 2 Bottles of 500ml Vodka, 2 dozen beer, 24 cans of Red Bull, 2 bottles of orange juice, 12 bottles of water and an assortment of Food platters. You also get access to the Fiesta Del Sol VIP area and use of luxury VIP toilets.

The private areas are sizable and can hold up to 12 people or more depending. Additional tickets for these areas can be purchased.

Each area is great value if attending with a large group of friends or wanting to host clients in your very own party area. It could also be a great idea for your company Christmas party!

You can also invite other guests from the party into these areas to join you.

To purchase one of these areas please contact us by email: info@highlife.co.nz or phone: 021 649 100 THANKS TO:

TUBORG

https://www.facebook.com/TuborgNZ
JERRY CLAYTON BMW TAKAPUNA

http://www.jcbmw.co.nz/
RED BULL

http://www.redbull.co.nz/
DAWSONS CATERING

http://www.dawsons.co.nz/kelliher-estate/ THE ALIST

http://www.thealist.co.nz
GEORGE FM

http://www.georgefm.co.nz/
SNAPSTAR

http://www.snapstar.co.nz/

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