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Mid-winter Christmas tickets still available

Thursday, 21 June 2018

Starting this week, Alexandra Park’s Mid-winter Christmas parties are set to be held over four consecutive Friday race nights on 22 and 29 June and 6 and 13 July with tickets still available.

“Our popular annual Mid-winter Christmas parties are selling well and so if people want to secure a spot they really need to get moving,” says Alexandra Park Sales & Events Coordinator, Roxanne Visser.

She says a lot of people have bought their tickets through Alexandra Park’s website with the parties appealing to groups of friends, colleagues, sports teams, and families keen to come in from the cold and have some fun in the middle of winter.

“We’ve still got capacity across the four nights in the Rutherford Room where buffet tickets are just $68 per person, while the Tasman Room is filling up fast with packages from $100 per person. However, the Top of the Park packages have now completely sold out.”

Described as exceptional value, the evenings include delicious all-you-can-eat carveries and buffets, spectacular harness racing under lights, and plenty of atmosphere with the roomsbeautifully themed.

Then after the last race there’ll be live entertainment featuring DJs Ronnie and Reggie from The Production Agency.

For further information or to purchase Mid-winter Christmas tickets visit https://www.alexandrapark.co.nz/whats-on or telephone (09) 631-1165 or email dining@alexandrapark.co.nz

Ms Visser says private rooms also remain available with both the President’s Suite and Hobson Room ideal for larger groups and showcasing excellent views of the track.

General admission into Alexandra Park as well as car-parking and race books remain free on Friday night.



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