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Cool treat for kids at Christchurch buskers festival

News release
10 January, 2011

Cool treat for kids at Christchurch buskers festival

Parents looking for a sure-fire way to keep the kids occupied over the long summer holidays won’t find anything to lick the Tip Top Busker Kid Pitch.

A popular feature of Christchurch’s World Buskers Festival, the Tip Top Busker Kid Pitch is the answer to every parent’s prayers because it provides entertainment tailor-made for young children and their families.

And it’s free!

Gem and Charlie from What Now! are hosting the Kid Pitch, which is sponsored by New Zealand’s favourite ice-cream maker Tip Top and runs daily from 11am to 3pm at the Peacock Fountain, in the Botanic Gardens.

“It’s going to be great fun for the kids so pack a picnic, slop on some sunscreen and come join us for some hassle-free fun,” says Christchurch World Buskers Festival artistic director Jodi Wright.

The Christchurch World Buskers Festival Kid Pitch runs every day from Friday 21 January to Sunday January 30.

For more information go to www.worldbuskersfestival.com.


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