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Platinum

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When:

  • Fri 10 Jan ’14, 8:45pm – 12:45am

Where:

SkyCity Casino, 90 Federal St, Auckland CBD

Restrictions:

R20

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

Platinum is an exclusive entertainment experience featuring two of Auckland’s most well-known and talented performers. Platinum provides the perfect backdrop for intimate cocktail parties that require elegant ambience and a relaxed atmosphere through to large-scale corporate events that demand an energetic performance to entice your guests onto the dance-floor.

Cherie Mathieson has a voice described like smokey honey, and is one of New Zealand’s most sought-after singers due to her musical versatility and strong vocal performances. Cherie is a regular featured artist in events like Christmas in the Park and Fight for Life. She has also lent her voice to TV shows and commercials. Her career as an original recording artist has seen her achieve success in the UK and Japan through her collaborations with Mark de Clive Lowe.

Paul Voight is an exceptional musician who has been involved in the music industry for 26 years. With a busy schedule as one of New Zealand’s leading session guitarists, Paul has still found time to record and produce albums for many well known and upcoming artistes. Paul’s professionalism and musical versatility has seen him work with such artistes as Tina Cross, Jackie Clarke, Rietta Austin, Russell Harrison, Kim Heart, Peter Urlich, John Rowles and performed as a session guitarist for NZ Idol.

Head to SkyCity Casino Auckland for non-stop fun and excitement. Wrapped up in one magnificent venue you'll find the world's most popular casino games, fantastic live entertainment and great food and bar offerings.

R20 to enter. Host responsibility limits apply.

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