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Skycity Hamilton Xmas And New Year Celebrations

17 December 2004

Skycity Hamilton Christmas And New Year Celebrations

SKYCITY Hamilton is gearing up for fun and festivity this Christmas and New Year. On New Year’s Eve SKYCITY will welcome in 2005 with a range of entertainment for all to enjoy, with glitz and glamour Las Vegas style.

A property wide theme will run throughout SKYCITY Hamilton and the frontage of the Riverside Entertainment Centre and the dome area will also feature special lighting effects.

The Post Buffet Restaurant will be open for both lunch and dinner with the dinner sittings featuring popular Latin fusion band ‘Aguamenco’. Environmental entertainers will start performing on the gaming floor, from 8pm, including an ‘Elvis’. Number Eight Bar will have Auckland band ‘Union’ performing live on stage, with a mixture of popular party covers. A retro DJ will continue the party later into the night.

SKYCITY Hamilton General Manager, Phil Keber says, “We’re looking forward to putting on some great entertainment for our guests this coming New Year. The lighting and performances we have lined-up will add excitement to the evening and hopefully kick start a positive year ahead for our customers and staff.”

SKYCITY Hamilton opened in 2002. The main gaming floor includes 23 gaming tables, 339 gaming machines and a VIP members’ room. The restaurant and bar, function facilities and four levels of underground parking, plus central location, make this venue a top quality venue to visit for fun and entertainment.

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