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Win the Golden Ticket for the Night of Your Life

Through a Golden Ticket, Shapeshifter Are Going to Treat One Lucky Individual And Three Friends to One of the Nights of Their Lives This New Year’s Eve.

This ticket will guarantee exclusive entry for four to Shapeshifter’s completely sold-out, highly anticipated Coromandel Gold Festival. To sweeten the already sweet deal, the holder and entourage will be provided with not only accommodation nearby in idyllic Whitianga, a locale where holiday accommodation is scarcer than hen’s teeth, but a bar tab for the evening and a Shapeshifter goodie bag.

To enter head over to www.shapeshifter.co.nz between the 9th and 16th of December and
purchase a ticket to one of Shapeshifter’s always high-octane summer tour dates.

Come the 17th of December, the winner will be announced on Charlotte Ryan’s Morning Glory show
(9am-12pm weekdays) on 95bFM. Should your ticket turnout to be the golden ticket, well,
for you and three others, summertime 2010/2011 just got that much more epic.

There is Only One Golden Ticket, Will You Be the Holder?

TOUR DATES:
26 & 27 DECEMBER - MANGAWHAI TAVERN
29 DECEMBER - OPONONI HOTEL, HOKIANGA
31 DECEMBER - COROMANDEL GOLD, WHITIANGA – SOLD OUT
2 JANUARY - RIWAKA HOTEL, MOTUEKA
3 JANUARY - BUTLER’S REEF, TARANAKI
7 JANUARY - BREWER’S STADIUM, MOUNT MAUNGANUI
8 JANUARY - WAIHI BEACH HOTEL

www.shapeshifter.co.nz

ENDS

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