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Thu 24 Jul 2008, 10:00pm

Where: Powderhorn, Bottom of Mountain Rd, Ohakune, Tongariro

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Listed by: Leigh Fountain

The Sandy Bay Social Club is fast gaining a reputation for throwing some of the best parties in Auckland.

From their roots as a group of friends playing records at Northland’s serene and isolated Sandy Bay, the SBSC has developed into a sound system that prides itself on delivering the freshest reggae, dancehall and hip hop music to an assortment of bars and clubs in Auckland.

Now it’s time to take the show to the road.

The inaugural Sandy Bay Social Club New Zealand tour is being scheduled for late July and early August.

With appearances in Ohakune, Wellington, Christchurch, Wanaka and Queenstown, the nation will get the opportunity to dance to the tune of the Sandy Bay sound.

Local support such as Newtown Sound in Wellington and Sunshine Sound System in Queenstown will ensure that the parties are started in an upbeat style and fashion.

The core value of the group is throwing a good party for good people, however consistently successful gigs has developed event promotion which is polished and professional.

With unique in-house design and proven promotional experience, the Sandy Bay Social Club provide a popular sponsorship option for brands looking to identify with an enjoyable and original night out.

Sandy Bay gigs have a habit of stirring a lot of interest in the twenty and thirty something urban demographic in Auckland. The New Zealand tour will take that excitement to the rest of the country.