Silent Disco cancelled due to low ticket sales

The small-scale youth event planned for Queen Elizabeth Youth Centre on New Year's Eve has been cancelled due to low ticket sales. Everyone who purchased a ticket has been notified and will be fully refunded. We apologise for the inconvenience.
The elements of this year's New Year's Eve community celebrations in Tauranga will focus on creating a safe and enjoyable family-friendly New Year's Eve across the city. Early evening, family-friendly, central city waterfront and Papamoa events including 9.30pm fireworks, as well as midnight fireworks are part of the planned community celebrations.
Find out more at www.mytauranga.co.nz/NYE


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