Article Title:Gay Ski Week to go out with a roar
Author or Credit:Jacqui Stanford
Published on:6th September 2014 - 10:57 am
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Text:DJs Kate Monroe and Adam Love Gay Ski Week Queenstown will come to a close tonight with a massive circus themed bash, featuring Sydney DJs Adam Love and Kate Monroe. Billed as Queenstown’s biggest ever dance party, a 3AM closing licence has been secured for venue, the Memorial Centre. “Honestly this’ll be the party to end all parties and without a doubt will be the biggest and best ever dance party held in Queenstown. Think London, Paris, Berlin, Ibiza dance parties and you’ll get the drift,” Gay Ski Week’s Sally Whitewoods says. “The Memorial Centre can hold more than previous years’ venues enabling everyone who’s here for Gay Ski Week to attend the final night party.” Circus-themed dress is encouraged, though isn’t compulsory. The venue will be done up in the theme and a travelling photo booth will snap all the action. Local company Tom Tom Productions will take care of the production and lighting, while entertainment will include fire troupe, Flame Entertainment. Last night The Rydges hosted a brilliant and busy ‘B Word’ party run by Auckland’s Family Bar, a multi-zone event with an outside dance floor, bar area, buffet and pool and spa – with some of the more than 200 guests making the most of this by wearing nothing but togs. As of this morning, tickets are still available for tonight’s closing party, and are $50 here. However online sales close at 5.30PM.We'll have info on door sales later. Check out and   Jacqui Stanford - 6th September 2014    
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