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Springball for Nepal

When:

Sat 19 Sep 2015, 8:00pm–1:00am

Where: Riverbank lane, 298 Victoria st, Hamilton, Waikato

Restrictions: M

Listed by: d811

Spring is coming people....

When everything sparks into life and warms the world. Which is why a Spring Ball for charity makes perfect sense. This is your invitation to be part of a new season in Hamilton’s social calendar - The Inaugural Hamilton Spring Charity Ball has arrived. Kick yourself (not with regret) into social life and help make the world a little warmer - especially in Nepal.

Time to rekindle love or light a fire? Enjoying DJ’s, bands and comedians in different spaces, relaxing with a fine beverage, having a laugh with top AK comedians, troffin’ treats, chillin out with friends - Exactly our point. Why should High Schoolers have all the fun? And all for $50 single or $85 double.

This ball is about busting moves with killer grooves. The real flash entertainment is solid. Check this immaculate line up:

Singer/Sax - Jamey Ferguson (Katchafire),
Flamenco guitar - Noel Kaa Reid,
Soul dance band - Sir Brown
Dj’s - Sylibus, Ric Rush and Rob
Jazz/Sax - Sam Trenwith
Nepali performance

And the real deal kicks in with local groove merchants Late 80’s Mercedes. Bred by their mothers to bring the night to an epic frenzy of musical joy as they always do. Late 80’s with their infectious, high energy, pop/funk sound is worth the ticket alone. On the down beat, supreme comedians James Keating and Tim Muller will make you cackle for sure. Good George brings their boutique beers and ciders on tap. Private Chef is on the catering and The Cook’s brilliant hospitality is on the go. It's a good time guaranteed.

The Riverbank Lane is the newest precinct in town, swanky as. It’s a stunning ball venue with indoor/outdoor flow to the river, multi roomed with multiple bars catering for your refreshments. Parisian street lamps in the heart of town too. Next to the casino. Stone’s throw to Hood st.

Habitat for Humanity is sending some builders from Hamilton to be part of the Global Village Build where they aim to build a total of 100 houses in a week in Nepal. In effect, you give a few hours and make a few houses! Our target is to have 500+ Ball’ers fill the Riverbank Lane with a $15,000 outcome to help our travelling good hearted locals get on a plane and get building. Everyone deserves a home.