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Exclusive Music Festival Travel Packages


Sta Travel & Big Day Out Announce Exclusive Music Festival Travel Packages

STA Travel has teamed up with the Big Day Out to offer exclusive travel packages to the biggest music festival of the summer.

As the exclusive travel partner for the Big Day Out in Auckland 2007, STA Travel’s packages are the only ones to include Big Day Out tickets, flights, accommodation and transfers to and from Mt Smart stadium where the event takes place on 19 January.

“Organising your travel arrangements early with STA Travel guarantees fans a great deal on flights and accommodation in one of the busiest holiday periods of the year with high demand from New Zealanders and international visitors,” said Big Day Out promoter, Campbell Smith.

Warming to the travel theme, he continued, “One way to travel in style to the Big Day Out would be to ride a horse up to Mt Smart on January 19 and tether your steed to the stadium gates with a bucket of oats and some earplugs for the day.

“Most people however will do it the smart way and checking out the incredible packages on offer from STA Travel.”

STA Travel’s packages are tailored to music fans’ budgets and needs. Check them out by following the link from the official Big Day Out websites or the STA Travel site, or by visiting your local STA Travel branch.

www.statravel.co.nz
www.bigdayout.com
www.myspace.com/bigdayoutauckland


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