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Che Fu Headlining Fashion Weekend Party

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Thursday 28nd August

Che Fu Headlining Fashion Weekend Party
The NZ Fashion Weekend Opening Party

The official NZ Fashion Weekend Opening Party will be the place to be for all fashion and music lovers, with brilliant NZ icon Che Fu now headlining the musical lineup.

Come down after work to the official NZ Fashion Weekend opening party. Kicking off at 5pm on Friday 29th August at the ANZ Viaduct Events Centre (VEC) it’s the event not to miss!

With support from George FM and some of New Zealand’s hottest DJ’s and musical acts on the line up, what better way to end the working week!

New Zealand favorite Che Fu will be headlining this exclusive event, with his unique mix of hip-hop, R&B and Reggae. Che Fu has sold thousands of albums both nationally, and internationally, outlining his success. Also boasting multiple chart topping singles and music awards, Che Fu is a true innovator of hip-hop in New Zealand.

Award winning George FM DJ, Aroha Harawira kicks off the evening on the turntables playing the right combination of cutting edge sounds mixed in with some quirky classics to get the fashion crowd rocking on the dance floor.

Unleashing his unique sound on party goers DJ, beat maker, composer and multi-instrumentalist – the one man musical force that is Beat Mob will be playing his new generation of sound – psychedelic funk meets electronic rock with a whole lot of soul.

Don’t miss the incredible Daniel Weetman aka DJ Sulu from The Black Seeds, he will be hot on the decks showcasing his one off DJ set, mixing old and new Black Seeds tunes. With live vocals from SULI and MC LEIGHTZ on a MPC drum machine. Featuring some exclusive tracks, this will be a performance not to miss.

George FM’s resident troublemaker Thane Kirby will guide guests through the evening’s entertainment as the official Master of Ceremonies.

Partygoers will spend the night rubbing shoulders with some of the country’s top fashion designers, models, local and international fashion media and many of the exciting brands behind NZ Fashion Weekend.

And while the party winds up at the ANZ VEC at 11.30, the night doesn’t end there. Party goers can then head down to the exclusive Britomart bar, 1885 and continue the evening in style at the official, dare to miss, NZFW after party.

The general public will have access to the NZ Fashion Weekend Opening Party with limited ticket sales from www.iticket.co.nz, so get in quick before they sell out!


NOTES TO THE EDITOR

ANZ Viaduct Events Centre, from 5 – 11:30pm on Friday 29th August 28, 2014

Tickets cost $30 per person. Strictly R18

Limited public tickets available. Visit www.iticket.co.nz

ENDS

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