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The Internet Party Presents The Party Party!

The Internet Party Presents The Party Party!

The Internet Party will hit the road this July with a tour featuring some of New Zealand's best live music acts.

The Internet Party's Party Party tour will allow the Internet Generation to come out and party with a seriously awesome lineup of Kiwi musical talent, while also reminding partygoers that we're about to enter the election campaign period.

We believe that the Internet Generation deserves a strong voice this election, and we want to remind all younger voters of the importance of enrolling and being able to exercise their individual right to vote.

Internet Party founder and visionary Kim Dotcom enjoys a party, and will make special guest appearances at every event.

"I'm mega-excited to be joining this awesome lineup! Let’s Party!" - Kim Dotcom

“The rules are made by the people who turn up.” - Laila Harré

The Internet Party presents the “Party Party National Tour”, featuring some of NZ’s hottest acts playing Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin this July via a tour of musical and democratically epic proportions!

Auckland – July 23, The Studio
Sons of Zion, State of Mind (with MC Woody), Optimus Gryme, Kamandi, PNC, L.A.B (Laughton & Brad Kora), plus special guests and host Kim Dotcom!

Christchurch – July 24, The Foundry
State of Mind (with MC Woody), Optimus Gryme, Kamandi, PNC, Tommy Ill, L.A.B (Laughton & Brad Kora) and host Kim Dotcom!

Wellington – July 25, James Cabaret
State of Mind (with MC Woody), Optimus Gryme, Kamandi, PNC, Tommy Ill, Beat Mob, L.A.B (Laughton & Brad Kora) and host Kim Dotcom!

Dunedin – July 26, Sammy’s
Sons of Zion, State of Mind (with MC Woody), Team Dynamite, PNC, L.A.B (Laughton & Brad Kora) and host Kim Dotcom!

R18: $20+bf Students, $30+bf Public

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