Article Title:Time to party like it's 2009!
Author or Credit:Matt Akersten
Published on:26th December 2008 - 08:04 pm
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Text:Where will you be when the clock strikes midnight? Here's your guide to hitting the bars and clubs this New Year's Eve. AUCKLAND The doors at Purple bar (upstairs, cnr K' Road from Christchurch, and local 60's throwback Miss Daphne Bush! Each year, Family (270 K' Rd) is always a popular place in Auckland to be on New Years Eve. Hosted by Miss Ribena and Miss K, the countdown to midnight includes performances from Buckwheat, Venus Mantrapp, Tess Tickle and Tiffany Rose, as well as a $1000 midnight cash blowout! DJs Starli and Tenali will keep the dance floor pumping until 6am when the party continues downstairs at NV into New Years Day. Get there early – there will be queues outside as it gets closer to midnight. Kamo's New Year's Eve Party kicks off at 9pm, starting with karaoke and featuring DJ Ant after 1am. There's no cover charge. Join them at 382 K' Road. Dress to impress! Dorothy's Sister bar (265 Ponsonby Rd, Auckland) is hosting their New Year Party featuring performers Vera let us know (via the 'Contact Us' link on the bottom of this page) if we've missed anything out. Come back to in the days after New Year's Eve for all the best party pictures in our photo galleries! The team at wish you a very happy and safe holiday season and all the best for a great 2009. Matt Akersten - 26th December 2008    
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