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Roll Up, Roll Up and Get Freaky With CARNIVAL42

Roll Up, Roll Up and Get Freaky With CARNIVAL42

There’s less than three weeks to go until the biggest thing to hit New Zealand, well, hits New Zealand: the opening of CARNIVAL42, a pop up bar in the heart of Auckland, from the pioneers of good drinks and ever better times, 42BELOW.

For six weeks only, CARNIVAL42 will play host to the best bar and bartenders in this fine city of ours. It will offer the ultimate in Kiwi hospitality, while providing a haven from that other big event taking place around the same time.

It will be a bar like no other and we can promise, once you step inside things are going to get more than just a little bit weird.

Located on Britomart Place, the real “party central”, CARNIVAL42 promises a magical, mystical land of world class cocktails, served alongside a crazy contingent of contortionists, magicians and fortune tellers. There’s even talk of a horse and cart. We love a good freak show, which is appropriate, given we make freakishly good vodka.

The only odd shaped balls in our bar will be the shakers, there won’t be a rugby jersey or a big screen plasma in sight and if you are looking for something “all black” it will be served without milk.

Remember, real men (and women) only run down a field if there’s a 42BELOW cocktail waiting for them at the other end. Run away and join our circus, at the world’s best pop up bar(*), CARNIVAL42.

CARNIVAL42 curtains will be open on Friday 9th September and will be open from 5pm- late, Tuesday - Sundays at 23 Britomart Place.

Search “Carnival42” to join in the fun on facebook.


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