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INTERNeX New Zealand : How was your weekend ?

Hi everyone, I hope you had a great weekend. Mine was not particularly busy but on Sunday I went to Orakei Domain where I met the Auckland Blues team as they were playing with kids for a little session to meet the fans. I could get some good pictures with All Blacks and had some stuff signed by them.

Chris went to Splore 2012 where apparently he had a great time, camping and going to the concerts.

I hope your weekend was busy but in a good way !

Cheers, Robin

PR-Department INTERNeX New Zealand.

Young and New – musicians in New Zealand!

Yesterday I have been at the Competition for the Songwriter of the Year  from the Auckland University, which inspired me to tell you about some awesome newcoming musicians of  New Zeland.


The competition  took place at the Kenneth Myers Centre where 12 qualified musicians performed two songs each. The finalists will perform at the Maidment Theatre on the 29th of September. So if you are still here and love good handmade music you should definitely go there, cause what is a musician without an audience.


When the two friends of mine and I entered the room we could feel the creative atmosphere of all the music students in the audience and the tightness because of the presence of the judges.

So we sat down and listened to the compositions of the students.

Out of all the performances there where two artists which I really liked and I can’t forget about their music.


The one was Emma Penty. Before she starts to play her two songs she was already entertaining the crowd in an enjoyable way. And when she started her music it was really astonishing for us what you could do with just a keyboard and your voice. Wow… some really new and breathtaking music in the electro-pop section. If you wanna check her music go on http://www.myspace.com/emmapenty or contact her on facebook.


If you aren’t that enthusiastic about electronic and experimental music you may like the second one. Sam Allen is a singer songwriter from Auckland. And he performed his two songs with a guitar and the support of his friend at the piano and the bass. His remarkable good music and passion for it drag you along. As a fan of acoustic music you should check his music on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/samallenmusic

And if you like it you can easily support him just by pushing the LIKE button and going to the Grand Final at the 29th of September. Yeah, cause he made it into the final and could be the Songwriter of the Year 2011.


I hope this are some inspiring facts for you guys. Defy the rain and refresh your music database!


Have a great weekend!


Cheers, Caro

PR-Department INTERNeX

Another lucky winner…

Hey guys,

the Picture of the week is found! It shows the Beach of Motuihe Island. Robert choosed it because it impresses him all the time.

Fair enough, I think. But look at it and make your own decision…

As prize, Robert won two tickets for the Rugbygame on Friday, where he can see the Blues vs. Highlanders. Hope you really enjoy the great Kiwievent Robert!

And I am really excited to see your pitures. Send your funny, weird or just beautiful picture of your time in New Zealand to pr@internexnewzealand.com.

After making Robert a lucky winner the 7th Pubnight went on with some really nice chats and drinks at the usual bars, because we had another fellows last Pubnight…so we visited all the typical places where we had been the past Pubnights.



And I was really lucky to see some new faces at the Pubnight yesterday…that makes it always so interesting…so please don’t hesitate to bring your friends.

We finished the evening at Danny Doolans with some really tasty drinks, a great atmosphere and LIVE MUSIK! I will try to find more of it in this city…;-)

Thanks to all attending yesterday and especially for the new travel ideas…;-)

Cheers guys!

Have a nice start in the weekend!


PuB NiGHT 3.0-Review & Easter-Jazz on Waiheke Island

Last night we had the third Pubnight with some new INTERNeX people and some local kiwis as well which made it a much more international experience.

The special action this week was the Bingo game in the cassette number nine, where we all tried to win one of the hot prizes, like a bottle of Southern Comfort or a meat pack, but unfortunately the luck wasn’t with us last night.

After the Bingo game we tried our luck to get some cheap drinks at the Provedore and the hard core from the first night went on to the globe bar where we met a lot of crazy students wearing costumes for a special party. The boys had a lot of fun with some girls dressed as sexy police officers…:-)

Thanks to all joining the pubnight and hope to see you in two weeks for the next pubnight.

And for all you guys don’t have any plans for the long Easter weekend, here is the ultimate tip:

Visit the Waiheke Jazz Festival on Waiheke Island. This is the best way to combine a visit on this beautiful island with a special music festival. The yearly Waiheke Island International Jazz Festival delivers an entertainment program with venues open all across Waiheke. So if you haven’t been there this is a great chance to go. Friday and Saturday look like they will have the best weather.

The first concerts start around midday but there are also some evening concerts and of course late night entertainment at the Supper Club at the Waiheke Island Resort.

There are several ticket possibilities. So you can grab a JAZZABOUT DAY PASS ($49) for either Friday, Saturday or Sunday or you choose the JAZZABOUT WEEKEND DAY PASS ($120) and enjoy full 3 days of jazz.

If you’re only looking for an activity on Sunday evening you can go to the GRAND FINALE CONCERT at the Bay (Matiatia) which is where the ferry lands on Waiheke from 6 – 9pm. The tickets can be bought in front of the door for only $25.

For more information check out: http://www.waihekejazzfestival.co.nz/

Enjoy a wonderful Easter weekend whatever you do!


Caro & Paul


Charity Event for Christchurch victims!

Hey All!

No plans for this week so far and want to to something helpful? How about helping the Christchurch earthquake victims while having fun?
On Thursday, 14th April there will be a great concert with some great regional Kiwi musicians. Amongst others LUKE HURLEY, MURRAY HADOW, CAITLIN SMITH and many more will play there. Check out there Facebook Profile or write an email to the INTERNeX PR-Team for more information. The nice thing about this event is that your entrance and everything you spend this evening goes to the Christchurch Earthquake appeal fund.

And attentaion ladies! You will get a fashion presention of Jenny Lyn Walker.The Concert starts at 7:30 p.m. and you can buy the tickets at the entrance for 10 bucks. They will also provide you with  some cheap drinks and snacks the whole night.
The event takes place at 24 St Benedicts Street in Newton/Auckland, which is close to the city centre. Check out the following to see how to get there.


Lets do it, lets enjoy this wonderful music event while doing something really meaningful. Lets go and enjoy the Christchurch Earthquake Fundraising Gig.

Caroline & Paul


New Zealand Beer Festival 2011

Get ready for a big day out with your mates enjoying great food, good music and plenty of beer… lets have some fun at the New Zealand Beer Festival!The annual event is celebrating its 5th birthday, and is brining a fun-filled day of entertainment.

With over 70 beers from over 24 breweries on offer, it’s your chance to taste a few ales or larger which you might not have attempted before.There’s also a fantastic range of food to accompany your drink – from traditional European fare, to Asian fusion, Middle Eastern delights, and classic kiwi tucker.The music line up is pretty sweet, with sets from Tahuna Breaks, The Phil Edwards Band, Sentimental Sound System, Sweet Mix Kids, Sam Hill, Wayne Anderson, Franko and more to be announced.

When:          Saturday 26 March 12.30 pm – 8.30pm
Where:         Ellerslie Racecourse,
Tickets:        Early bird prices start at just $25 At the gate $35

More Info:   http://www.beerfestival.co.nz/
There is another chance to get your ticket even cheaper. Take 5 of your mates and check out the following link for having the chance to get your ticket for only $20
Find all information about this special opportunity on:



Activities in Auckland this weekend…

With the fantastic weather in Auckland at the moment, February is always a time for some of Auckland’s best events… there are two this weekend that if you have the time we recommend you to go and check out…

The Auckland Lantern Festival
This is a fantastic free event every night this weekend to celebrate The Chinese New Year of the Rabbit. Enjoy hundreds of beautiful lanterns especially imported from China, a great variety of food stalls and non-stop entertainment all in the heart of Auckland in Albert Park. Get some friends together or just wander around alone as there is a lot to see and enjoy all weekend.
Where:            Albert Park, Princes St, Auckland CBD

When:              5 pm to 10.30 pm Friday 18th Feb – Sunday 20th Feb

Admission:      Free!!!

The Devonport Food, Wine & Music Festival
This festival perfectly suits you when you are person who enjoys to be entertained by fantastic artist while tasting different wines from all over New Zealand.
Enjoy spending a relaxed day (or two) in the beautiful Devonport.

More than 20 of the best wineries of New Zealand will present their wines and in addition to that you will find a great variety of excellent cuisine from different restaurant around the city. Top NZ music and comedian artists will entertain you.

When:             Saturday 19th February 2011 – Sunday 20st February 2011

Where:           Windsor Reserve, Devonport

Admission:    $30 on the day, at the gate

Don’t hesitate!!Go out and take the opportunity to enjoy a great weekend!