Article Title:Christchurch ready to Resonate
Category:Events
Author or Credit:GayNZ.com
Published on:10th October 2011 - 04:29 pm
Published by:GayNZ.com
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Story ID:10894
Text:More over the Oscars, it's time for Christchurch to Resonate! The city's not for profit UpRising Trust is looking for nominations for its community awards, which will be handed out at a dance party that will be packed with shows. The categories for the awards are: 1. Female Icon 2. Male Icon 3. Hunky Hunk 4. Sexiest Babe 5. Miss Facebook 2011 6. Person of the Year. Nominations are open now and can be made by dropping the organisers a line on their Facebook page here The night at Cafe 363 on 22 October will be hosted and directed by Miss Mole and will feature Labour MP Lianne Dalziel, Lady Seaman, Fur Purse and Richard Tankersley as guest presenters. There will be shows by Stella, Miss Cinnamon, Magda Doodle and Wellington's Felicity Frockaccino. Resonate is being run by The UpRising Trust, a group formed in the wake of the earthquakes to raise funds for community groups and reinvigorate the city's queer scene. DJ Phil, DiscoDanice and DJ Craig Morris will provide the music. The standard price is $20 a ticket and tickets are on sale from - Cafe 363, The Colombo, 363 Colombo St (The Party Venue) - Honeypot Cafe, 458 Colombo St - Closet, 49 Ferry Rd - NZAF South / Te Toka, 54A Winton St GayNZ.com - 10th October 2011    
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