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Supergroove live at SKYCITY Auckland on New Year’s Eve

13 November 2012

Supergroove live at SKYCITY Auckland on New Year’s Eve

SKYCITY Auckland is proud to present popular New Zealand funk rockers Supergroove live at SKYCITY this New Year’s Eve!

Playing at the SKYCITY Convention Centre on 31 December 2012, Supergroove will entertain up to 1,000 party goers with all time classic Kiwi anthems that saw them shoot to stardom, including Sitting Inside My Head, Scorpio Girls, and platinum selling Can’t Get Enough.

Well known for revolutionising local modern rock, Supergroove were one of the first Kiwi bands to fuse Hip Hop and Rock music with a horn section, creating their own distinctive sound that makes them so unique.

Six time New Zealand DJ of the year Greg Churchill and remix guru Timmy Schumacher also promise to entertain as the supporting acts for the evening.

Tickets are on sale now from for $75*. Tickets include a selected drink on arrival and priority entry to SKYCITY Auckland following the concert. A cash bar will be available with a range of selected drinks and snacks during the event. Doors open at 9pm.

All attendees of Supergroove NYE 2013 must be 20 years of age or older. Host Responsibility limits apply to the service of alcohol.

*Ticketek service charges apply.


SKYCITY Auckland
SKYCITY Auckland is the home of entertainment, offering a world class casino, two hotels including SKYCITY Grand Hotel voted as one of the top 20 hotels in the world by in 2011, and more than 20 bars and restaurants. SKYCITY’s premium dining precinct on Federal Street boasts many awards including The Grill by Sean Connolly winning Supreme Restaurant of the Year and Best New Restaurant in the Cuisine Magazine 2012 Awards and Depot awarded Best Restaurant, Best New Restaurant, Best Bistro in the 2012 Metro Restaurant of the Year Awards. SKYCITY Auckland home is also home to the SKYCITY Theatre, Convention Centre and the world famous Sky Tower in the heart of the city.

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