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Companies join forces for RWC nightlife

MEDIA RELEASE: Monday August 22nd 2011

Highlife Entertainment & Blak. International Combine With 1885 Britomart During The World Cup!

As the countdown to the World Cup draws nearer, we have another special announcement to make.

Highlife Entertainment & Blak. International Communications are joining forces to host the hottest night club in Auckland for the duration of one of the biggest events New Zealand has ever produced.

Adam B And Sarge will be bringing you all the best parties in Auckland to one spot, 1885 Britomart. 1885 is already a stand alone venue with its great reputation for amazing Dj's, incredible bar service and aesthetically pleasing decor.

Adam and his Highlife team will be hosting the main areas of 1885 providing exciting and innovative ideas to take your nightlife experience to the next level! Sarge will be downstairs in the exclusive 1885 Basement area where all the biggest celebs and VIPs will be throughout the World Cup.

Guests in the 1885 basement will be treated to VIP service including private booths, Bottle service and many other value added perks.

Highlife are set to host two large Saturday night events on the 24th September and 15th of October and Blak. will be producing Blak.out events from Thursday September 15th until Thursday October 27th.

With all these great people and ideas in the mix, 1885 will be the only place to be during the World Cup!

For more information, please contact Adam or Sarge on the details below.

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