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Belvedere Red Night Out

Belvedere Red Night Out

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When:

  • Sat 30 Nov ’13, 9:00pm – 1:00am

Where:

1885 Britomart, 27 Galway Street Central, Britomart, Auckland CBD

Restrictions:

R18

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

Website:

Belvedere Vodka

Belvedere and REDTM, founded by U2’s Bono, have teamed up to launch ‘Red Night Out’ for the first time in New Zealand. In support of the global celebration of World Aids Day on 1 December, Ginny Blackmore has been picked as the New Zealand artist to perform at this one-off, free for public event.

REDTM was founded in 2006 by Bono and Bobby Shriver to engage businesses and consumers in the global fight against AIDS. Big names like Usher, Mary J Blige and now New Zealand’s own platinum selling hit star, Ginny Blackmore will be part of Belvedere's bold commitment to create an AIDS-free generation in 2015.

The first 200 guests will be treated to a velvety Belvedere RED cocktail to get the party started, followed by DJ Vincent Hanna, to kick-start the music for the evening. Only condition for entry is to wear red.

Dedicated to make a significant contribution to the Global Fund, created to fight HIV/AIDS in Africa, the event also marks the launch of Belvedere RED Special Edition. 50% of profits from Belvedere RED Special Edition bottles sold in New Zealand will contribute to helping this global epidemic.

About (BELVEDERE)RED:

Belvedere Vodka, the world’s first super premium vodka, continues its partnership with REDTM with Belvedere RED - a Special Edition Bottle that raises proceeds for the Global Fund, the world’s leading financial programs to fight HIV/AIDS in Africa.
Since its launch in 2011, contributions from the sale of Belvedere RED have raised enough money to provide support for more than 8,300 HIV positive women, giving them access to programs and treatment which can help to ensure the birth of a healthy, HIV-negative child.

In 2011 alone, contributions from the sales of Belvedere RED provided more than two million days of life-saving HIV/AIDS medicine, help provide 5,000 people with life-saving HIV/AIDS medicine for one year and provided support for more than 3,800 HIV-positive women to access HIV treatment during pregnancy and breastfeeding, helping to ensure the birth of a healthy, HIV-negative child.

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