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Top talent announced for NZ's favorite Christmas party!

Top talent announced for New Zealand’s favorite Christmas party!

Kiwi singing sensations The Koi Boys and award-winning soul singer/songwriter Hollie Smith have been announced as headline acts for Coca-Cola Christmas in the Park 2017.

They’ll be sharing the big stage with a talent-packed line-up that includes Lavina Williams, Caleb Jago-Ward, Maaka Fiso, Jessie Cassin, Ella Monnery and Josh Leys. They’ll be joined by a star trio of backing vocalists, Anna Grahame, Paul Fagamalo and Iri Aumatangi.

The nation’s favorite Christmas celebration happens in Christchurch’s Hagley Park on 25 November and in the Auckland Domain on 9 December 2017.

Creative director Dixon Nacey says, “In addition to our fabulous headline acts, we found some exceptional new talent from all over New Zealand. They’re excited and keen to be part of an event that has launched the careers of so many Kiwi performers over the last two decades.”

Sandhya Pillay, General Manager of Coca-Cola Oceania says, “We’re as excited as ever and really looking forward to bringing this wonderful celebration of Kiwi talent to Christchurch and Auckland. It’s a great way to celebrate the start of the festive season by bringing families and communities together at New Zealand’s biggest free outdoor musical celebration.”

Since 1994 Coca-Cola Christmas in the Park has raised millions of dollars for New Zealand charities. Proceeds from this year’s concerts will once again go towards Youthline, who help support and develop over 50,000 young people every year.

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