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Battle of the Ad Bands 2017


Thu 31 Aug 2017, 6:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Kings Arms, 59 France St, Newton, Auckland

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • Donation to NZ Music Foundation: $5.00 + $0.75 GST
  • Eventfinda tickets no longer on sale

  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: CommsCouncil

Flying Fish and the Comms Council are proud to present six of your favourite agency bands live at the Kings Arms one last time before the lights go out forever on this iconic venue.

Whether you’re a hippie at heart or a noughties kid, there’ll be something for you to sing along to. Our bands have been rehearsing songs from all eras for this epic Battle of the Decades.

The 6 bands on the night are:

- Last year's winners, Friends Electric - Barnes, Catmur & Friends Dentsu
- Pegasus and the Job Numbers - Colenso BBDO
- Still Serenading Shirley - FCB
- Kurt Cocaine and the 27 Club - DDB
- The Strands - Saatchi & Saatchi
- And of course, Fish

Be part of history and purchase your tickets below.

You will receive a drink with your ticket purchase. This event is strictly R18.

Bring some gold coins for the sausage sizzle. All proceeds will go to the New Zealand Music Foundation to help with their goal of changing lives through music.

Much Moore Ice-cream will be giving away free cones on the night along with loads of great prizes including bar tabs thanks to Apex Insurance and Franklin Rd, Event Cinema tickets, Gourmet My Food Bags, Monteiths beer, Fruit Guys fruit boxes, chocolate from Whittakers, phone cards from Vodafone, Blunt Umbrellas and more. Bring your business cards to enter the draws.

Don't forget your ID. There will be no door sales, tickets must be pre-purchased. This year we are strictly doing e-tickets only as they will be scanned at the door on arrival. You must print out your ticket. No ticket, no entry.

Thanks again to our other fabulous sponsors who make it happen – Fortis Travel, NW Group, Radio Hauraki, Fish n Clips, Soar Print and Prego.

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