Madagascar Psy Christmas Outdoor Party

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dj microdot
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Phat Productions Presents
Madagascar Psy Christmas Outdoor Party
Saturday 18th of December 2010
Its the first Phat Productions party of the summer, and we are all set to make it one fantastic night. We have two cranking zones - with tunes pumping all night and into the morning, as well as fire spinners, crazy antics and of course that incredible outdoor psytrance vibe.

This party is also a fundraiser for our EPIC 5 night extravaganza at the KIWIBURN festival at the end of January, so get all your friends to come and experience what a Madagascar party is all about. All profits go to making the Madagascar zone at Kiwiburn possible.

TICKETS
$40 Presales from Real Groovy and Iticket , $50 on the Gate
CARLOAD DISCOUNT: Get a carload together and buy 4 tickets from Iticket or Real Groovy to get one FREE - that’s only $32 each!
First 50 tickets sold get a FREE Phat Productions Mix CD on entry to the party.
ITICKET: 09 361 1000 or http://www.iticket.co.nz. REAL GROOVY Queen St, Auckland
http://www.iticket.co.nz/events/2010/de ... christmas/

LOCATION
1277 Pakiri Block Road, Pakiri - just 1 hour from Auckland Harbour Bridge.
Gates open 5pm on Saturday, and music goes until midday Sunday. Get there early to get the best camping spot!

Featuring:
Psy Zone
Big Dave
Skylab
Banjo
DJ Chris Silva (Brazil)
Faiek (South Africa)
Hyperspace
Goalance
De Jay
Gesh (Chile)
Sally

Rural Remix Zone
Jef Mac
Spypromix
Crazykiwi
Hovermatic
Fatline
Aley

Its the week before Christmas so lets make this one count!

Full Details of the party, flyer and direction are here:
http://www.phatproductions.co.nz
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Lucid Visions
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sounds good..

maybe move it from party reviews to the events forum :wink:
Ecl1pse
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Only just realised it was in NZ :P
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