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Santa’s Elf Goes Behind the Scenes for Farmers Santa Parade

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Santa’s Elf Goes Behind the Scenes for the Farmers Santa Parade

With only 4 weeks to go until the Farmers Santa Parade unleashes its festive magic in Auckland City, parade organisers have been lucky enough to be visited by one of Santa’s most cherished workers. Santa’s Head Elf has arrived in Aotearoa and is ready to share some tips and behind the scenes preparations for the second most important day of the year – Sunday November 26.

Santa’s Head Elf has been very busy with parade business choosing his costume, helping decorate floats and practicing parade day etiquette. He’s also got some hot tips about the best spots for viewing the action and getting to the Farmers Santa Parade, while trying not to get too excited about Santa’s Party (he’s actually beside himself with excitement).

Santa’s Head Elf wants to be world famous in NZ and would love you to share his super helpful (well mostly) tips.

Watch Santa’s Elf in action here:

Farmers Santa Parade: Sunday 26 November 2017
Rain date: Sunday 3 December 2017
Pre-parade: 12pm - 1pm
Parade: 1.00pm - 2.30pm
Santa’s Party: 2:30pm - 5pm

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