Taste the French way of life and get yourself in the draw to win tickets to one of summer’s hottest parties thanks to Kronenbourg 1664
In France, like in New Zealand, outdoor entertaining is a way of life, where you’ll experience responsible socialising on pavements and rooftops, in squares and parks fuelled by friends, food, drinks and music.
It was this ethos that inspired Anno Domini, a series of relaxed rooftop events held on summer afternoons at the Auckland Art Gallery, bringing together great music, food, and drink. Offering a stellar line-up of international and local acts, Anno Domini has been awarded rave reviews, and last year’s events were a total sell out.
It’s only natural that Anno Domini would partner with Kronenbourg 1664, the sophisticated beer that’s France’s number one lager. Bringing a European experience to New Zealand, Kronenbourg is loved for its complex bittersweet taste and refreshing finish, and lives by the motto ‘Taste the French way of Life’. Dating back to 1664 (that’s a whole lot of French brewing expertise!), Kronenbourg is made with over 350 years of experience and heritage. A flavoursome beer with a complex, bittersweet taste and a distinct bite, Kronenbourg 1664 is made with the ‘caviar of hops’ – the Strisselspalt hop, so it’s no wonder it’s France’s favourite premium beer.
This year’s Anno Domini takes place in one very special show featuring a line-up of international music superstars: DJ Kenny Dixon Jr. (a.k.a Moodymann), the American cult-hero of dance music; Melbourne’s Janette Pitruzzello (a.k.a DJ JNETT), a master house DJ with a blissful stage presence; and British DJ and musician Orlagh Dooley (a.k.a Or:la), who was named DJ Mag’s ‘Breakthrough DJ of 2017’ and Mixmag’s ‘One to Watch’ 2018 for her genre-melding style. Plus local party-heroes Friendly Potential DJs will be kicking things off.
If that’s whetted your appetite, get yourself in the draw for this week’s Toast giveaway. We are partnering with Kronenbourg 1664 to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a double pass to Anno Domini on 11th March 2018. Please note this event is only open to those over the age of 18, and the prize includes tickets to Anno Domini only, the winner will need to make their own way to and from the event.
To enter, click here.