Playing it Strange, Geldof v Fleetwood

Mon 23 September 2019

Vodafone Events Centre, Manukau

For sales enquiries:
Phone: +64 9 309-2403
Email: corporate(at)ducoevents.com

ABOUT

Two of rock music’s most iconic international stars, Sir Bob Geldof and Mick Fleetwood, will appear together in Auckland for a one-off event where they will reveal a side of themselves never seen before.

Playing It Strange, Geldof v Fleetwood, will see The Boomtown Rats and Live Aid founder, Sir Bob Geldof and Fleetwood Mac legend Mick Fleetwood in a candid interactive discussion moderated by former Split Enz member Mike Chunn about the most intimate details of their careers, with the captivating live Q&A followed by a full concert set.

Featuring some of the all-time favourite songs of Geldof and Fleetwood, the set will be performed by a hand-picked list of New Zealand’s top artists, such as Don McGlashan, James Reid and Jason Kerrison, in combination with high school-aged performers and singers from the Play It Strange stable.

Treat your clients, colleagues and friends to an evening like no other with two of the world’s most celebrated music icons up close and personal on 23 September at the Vodafone Events Centre.

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Event Times:
Corporate Cocktail Functions:
6:30pm
Corporate Doors Open for Main Event: 7.00pm
General Admission Doors Open: 7.00pm

Dress Code:
Corporate Guests:
Black Tie
GA Guests: Smart Casual

TICKETS & TABLES

Tickets and Tables

Corporate Hospitality:

Single Gold Seat - $295 +GST ($339.25) + booking fee

One ticket to pre-dinner cocktail function, Four course gourmet dinner, with matching wine, premium beer and an evening’s entertainment.

Single VIP Seat - $495 +GST ($569.25) + booking fee

Preferential seat position within front half of room. One ticket to VIP pre-dinner cocktail function with celebrities and special guests, Four course gourmet dinner, with matching wine, premium beer and an evening’s entertainment.

Gold Table of 10 - $2,950 +GST ($3,392.50) + booking fee

Ten tickets to pre-dinner cocktail function. Four course gourmet dinner, with matching wine, premium beer and an evening’s entertainment.

VIP Table of 10 - $4,950 +GST ($5,692.50) + booking fee

Preferential table position within front half of room. Ten tickets to VIP pre-dinner cocktail function with celebrities and special guests. Four course gourmet dinner, with matching wine, premium beer and an evening’s entertainment.

Platinum Table for 10 - $6,950 +GST ($7,992.50) + booking fee

Guaranteed preferential table position within front two rows of the room. Ten tickets to VIP pre-dinner cocktail function with celebrities and special guests. Four course gourmet dinner, with matching wine, premium beer and an evening’s entertainment.

General Admission Tickets:

$129 + Booking fee - Tickets on sale at www.Eventfinda.co.nz


*Booking Fee of $2.50 inc GST applies to each ticket

CHARITY RECIPIENT

Established in 2003, Play It Strange exists to provide pathways of creativity through songwriting — also the recording, performance and celebration of those songs. The trust has a number of programmes and competitions in place to achieve these goals. These are songwriting and other song-based programmes including; concerts, corporate events, community and cultural celebration, TV, film and radio events, sport entertainment, recording programmes, workshops and other informative avenues.

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Sir Bob Geldof

Mick Fleetwood


For Corporate Table Bookings
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To purchase, please select the ticket type from the dropdown menu on the left hand side and complete the online booking form.

Alternatively you can email corporate(at)ducoevents.com

General Admission Tickets just $129 + booking fee
Available from Monday 19 August at Eventfinda.co.nz

Mick Fleetwood

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