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The Inaugural Roady for Roadies Is Tomorrow!

The Inaugural Roady for Roadies Istomorrow!

There are only fifty tickets left for tomorrow’s coast to coast Roady For Roadies walk which is raising funds to support local roadies, our behind the scenes heroes. These funds will be administered through The New Zealand Music Foundation.

Coca-Cola through their Pump water brand have come on as official water partner. There will be two refreshment stops on the way, along with two minivans driven by support personnel that will carry water. These mini vans will also be available to transport people if necessary.

P-Money has kindly offered to come and play some songs as people cross the finish line at The Tuning Fork.

The walk begins at Horne Reserve, Onehunga at 1pm and will finish at The Tuning Fork at approximately 5pm with drinks, food and a small celebration after crossing the finish line.

Remember there are prizes for best dressed individuals and teams! Get in quick to purchase a ticket to this event and we will see you tomorrow for what promises to be a shit hot walk!

Thank you to all our sponsors, we look forward to a great afternoon.

Roady For Roadies
Friday 21 September: TICKETMASTER | 0800 111 999 FINAL TICKETS

RSVP to the Facebook event here

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