40 Below

No, it isn’t Bill English’s target for National popularity, it is a party (as in drinks and music) for those aged below forty.

The X & Y Generation will meet and party with John Key and his new National team.

40 Below, a party for people in their 20’s and 30’s with an interest in New Zealand’s future. Arrive to the sultry sounds of Kiwi music’s Sarah Brown followed by music selections by pop-culture guru Andy Pickering, Editor of Remix Magazine.

Guest speakers: John Key MP and Geoff Ross, Founder and Chief Vodka Bloke at 42 Below.

Finger food and Beverages will be served until 8pm.

Want to party into the night? Entertainment and a cash bar will continue from 8pm ‘till late.

40 Below will be held at the Rendezvous Hotel Ballroom, (formerly the Carlton Hotel Ballroom), corner Vincent Street and Mayoral Drive, Auckland City on Friday 23 March at 6.30pm. Tickets $40.00 per person Dress: For fun with style.

Event enquiries please email [email protected]

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