Matt Heath + Jeremy Wells of the Hauraki Breakfast Show join BOTAB judging panel

Banner sponsors (1).jpgYou've heard them everywhere, you've laughed at their stupid jokes, now you get to witness their witty repartee in person.

Matt Heath and Jeremy Wells from the Hauraki Breakfast Show are swapping cricket for live music to judge Battle of the Ad Bands 2017. They'll be joined by Matt Headland, award winning band manager in a past life and NZME's current head of agency sales.


Theme: Battle of the Decades
Date: Thursday 31st August, 6:30pm
Venue: Kings Arms Tavern
Cost: Comms Council Members $45 + GST and booking fee / Non-members $60 + GST and booking fee
The MC for the night is the hilarious Tim Batt. He's full of caustic comments so prepare yourself for a good laugh and if he draws your business card for one of our awesome prizes remember to say thank you.

Six agency bands will go head-to-head for the coveted BOTAB trophy on Thursday 31st August at the Kings Arms. That's less than a week away, so get your ticket quick because you won't want to miss the Battle of the Decades.

The night kicks off with reigning champions, Friends Electric from Barnes, Catmur & Friends Dentsu - don't be late!  

This year, the sausage sizzle is a generous gold coin donation and all proceeds will go to the New Zealand Music Foundation to help with their goal of changing lives through music.

Thanks again to thefabulous sponsors who make it happen and for their amazing prizes - Fortis Travel and their special getaway prize, Event Cinema tickets, Gourmet My Food Bags, Monteiths beer giveaways, Fruit Guys fruit boxes, chocolate from Whittakers, phone cards from Vodafone, Blunt Umbrellas, free icecreams from Much Moore, NW Group, Radio Hauraki, Fish n Clips, MandyVFX, Soar Print, Prego and the $500 lunch.


The Dong said:

Best night of the Ad Industry Calendar. Can't wait, maaaaaates.

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