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Nectar Garden Set to Blossom Later than Expected

The Colossal and NZ Fringe festival hub The Nectar Garden, featuring a large performance tent, a pop up bar, a garage theatre, and a host of talent, will not open tonight: Thursday 21 March. Due to an insurmountable technical issue, the Garden can’t blossom just yet.

While this weekend’s shows are cancelled the teams behind the Nectar Garden are working to bring the site to life later in the year. All ticket holders will be contacted for a refund.

Both Colossal and NZ Fringe want to thank the incredible support that got us to this point and looks forward to sharing all the blooming gloriousness of Nectar Garden with you in the near future.

ENDS



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