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The Last Sounds Of Summer At The Masonic Tavern

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Sounds Of Summer Saturday February 20th 2010 Masonic Tavern - Devonport Waterfront 1pm ­ 1am

The Last Sounds Of Summer At The Masonic Tavern


Well, as they say, all good things must come to an end. The Sounds of Summer returns this February for its last event ever at the Masonic Tavern before the party relocates to a new venue for 2011.

Situated on Devonport's waterfront, the venues surrounding outdoor areas and car parks are secured and transformed into amazing open-air party zones for this spectacular summertime party. Complimenting the outdoor space is the multi level Masonic venue that boasts two large rooms with expansive harbour views.

This year Highlife Entertainment will be raising the bar once again and have confirmed international house music stars DJ/Vocalist Colette (USA) and Olli Odd (Ibiza) to headline the event. Along with this, expect a huge line up of local favourites, the best production, sound, lighting, decor and crowd that a summer party of this nature can offer.

A superb selection of House music, Latin beats, Funk, Soul, Jazz and more will be combined with fine food, wine and all sorts of live summery sounds, giving you a seaside summer party experience that you will never forget.

It¹s also the same day as the Devonport Food, Wine and music festival, which is happening just down the road. So come over to Devonport and make a day out of it! So join us for the fifth and final Sounds of Summer at the Masonic Tavern for what is to be a Highlife event to go down in history! Tickets on sale now available from www.iticket.co.nz


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