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Bass In The Park 2013: 9th Feb, Tahaki Reserve

Starship Children's Hospital Fundraiser:
Bass In The Park 2013

Bass in the Park is a huge public music festival aiming to raise $100,000 for the Starship Children's hospital, happening on the 9th of February at Tahaki Reserve at the base of Mount Eden. We are supported by Auckland city council and Starship.

With over 40 acts on stage and all sorts of other entertainment happening, it is set to be a great catalyst for the well being of many children as well as a fun day out for all ages.

I hope you will be as excited as I am to try and make a difference to the patients and staff by validating their work, showing moral support and making a small contribution in any way within your means.

More Information: http://www.mukuna.co.nz/auckland/central/gig75931.htm

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