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Largest Student Orientation Event in New Zealand

Largest Student Orientation Event in New Zealand

Tuesday 22 December 2009

The biggest student Orientation event in New Zealand, Sounds in the Sun will be held on Thursday the 25th of February 2010 as part of USU Students' Association at Unitec's Orientation 2010.

In 2009, USU's Sounds in the Sun free festival was the biggest Orientation event in New Zealand for the second year running and 2010 is set to be even bigger as once again USU will bring you some NZ's best live acts.

Confirmed acts include Katchafire, Tahuna Breaks, Ladi 6, Sunshine Sound System feat P Digsss (the peacekeeper), Dane Rumble and Ivy Lies with more acts to be confirmed in the new year.

There will also be market stalls, things to do, food, and a licensed area.

Sounds in the Sun will once again be free for everyone so come along and enjoy an awesome afternoon with some of NZ's most talented musicians.

Make sure you keep February 25th highlighted in your diary and an eye on www.soundsinthesun.co.nz as the line up and details will be announced in the New Year.

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