Bro! It’s a Waitangi Soul Shakedown At Le Vert

3 Feb

BRO! IT’S A WAITANGI SOUL SHAKE DOWN @ LE VERT
Monday 6th February, 8 – late, Free entry
NZ DJS DROPPING: FUTURE SOUL / REGGAE / HIP-HOP / DNB / HOUSE

R.I.A / ROB G & TIM WOULDS (DJ Debut!)  + GUESTS

CLASSIC KIWI FISH AND CHIPS FROM LE VERT / POOL COMP FROM 9PM / SWEET AZ PRIZES FROM ZERO G CHAMONIX AND BAR TABS
http://www.zerogchx.com/

ALSO:
It’s Waitangi Day Oneis @ Grand Montet During The Day
– Come and Get amounst!
http://www.facebook.com/events/165059836937398/

FOR ALL YOU NONE KIWIS – WTF IS WAITANGI?
Well….Every year on 6 February, New Zealand marks the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840. In that year, representatives of the British Crown and over 500 Maori chiefs signed what is New Zealand’s founding document. The day was first officially commemorated in 1934, and it has been a public holiday since 1974.

For some people, Waitangi Day is a holiday; for many, and especially for Maori, it is the occasion for reflecting on the Treaty. Since the 1970s the style and mood of the commemorations on Waitangi Day have been influenced by the increasingly heated debate surrounding the place of the Treaty in modern New Zealand.

Waitangi Day is recognised as New Zealand’s national day, but the long-standing tensions associated with it are always likely to surface in one form or another. The date is an important marker in the country’s history. Recognition of the significance of the Treaty of Waitangi as the nation’s founding document will continue to encourage leaders, communities and individuals to mark the day in new ways.

Ok, Now Let’s Party!

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