WIN! Tick­ets to Bryan Adams

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Here it is folks, the New Year’s Eve Party the Coro­man­del has been han­ker­ing for and we have a dou­ble pass up for grabs so you can cel­e­brate the end of a fan­tas­tic year and wel­come in the tan­ta­lis­ingly new in style.

The fam­ily-friendly event will be fenced, se­cure, tick­eted and al­co­hol-free. The in­ten­tion is to pro­vide premium en­ter­tain­ment for a wide au­di­ence in a safe en­vi­ron­ment at a very rea­son­able ticket price.

Kids un­der 5 will be free ac­com­pa­nied by a par­ent or adult guardian. Fam­ily pack­age tick­ets for fam­i­lies of 5 or more, which must in­clude one par­ent, are only avail­able through www.eventfinda.co.nz. Stan­dard tick­ets are a stag­ger­ingly low $25

The line-up in­cludes: Gen­eral Lee who will play host, MC and DJ to pump up a seam­less non-stop night of mu­sic may­hem. Gen­eral Lee en­joys main­stream suc­cess and un­der­ground re­spect. He is the DJ of choice for such greats as Cold­play and Rob­bie Wil­liams, hav­ing hosted their Auck­land after par­ties.

Benny Tipene (pic­tured) is one of New Zealand’s su­per cool artists.

Since blow­ing the judges away with his orig­i­nal song Boxes in The X Fac­tor, 2013 Benny has con­firmed his song­writ­ing tal­ent with great tunes such as Lonely, Walk­ing On

Wa­ter and Make You Mine.

Alien Weaponry — The show open­ers are a thrash metal band with a dif­fer­ence: they sing in both Maori and English. In 2016 they won both the national fi­nals of Smok­free­rock­quest and Smoke­free Paci­fica Beats, the only band in New Zealand his­tory to have ever won both events. L.A.Woman — Their de­but sin­gle,

Hur­ri­cane Love, re­cently pre­miered world­wide and has cre­ated quite a stir.

Melodownz — is a hip-hop sto­ry­teller of note who is be­ing recog­nised na­tion­wide for his fresh gritty style. Check out The An­them.

Cym­bol — his unique, up­beat and per­cus­sion-in­flu­enced melodic sound­picked him up slots at renowned fes­ti­vals such as Rhythm & Vines and Home­grown. Progressive house meets sen­si­ble in­die rock — check out Slip­ping.

New Year’s Eve is hap­pen­ing at Wave­front — be there!

Com­pe­ti­tion by Fill The House Tick­ets Project — proudly sup­port­ing fam­i­lies of chil­dren with cancer, other wor­thy char­i­ties and de­serv­ing in­di­vid­u­als.

Email your name, ad­dress and day­time tele­phone num­ber(s) to hn­fth­comps@gmail.com, with ‘Wave­front’ in the sub­ject, by mid­day Fri­day De­cem­ber 1.

Photo / Supplied

Benny Tipene.

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