Wednesday, March 01, 2006

The Red Zone Tour set to take Malaysia by storm!!

The highly anticipated Red Zone Tour is back! Partygoers around the nation can now heave a sigh of relief as these much awaited parties, held annually in celebration of the hottest, most sizzling race in the world make a thrilling comeback. Organised proudly by Protein Events and Future Sound Asia, in conjunction with Sepang International Circuit (SIC), the Red Zone Tour 2006 is set to sizzle with a list of illustrious DJs that will excite the most jaded of clubbers. The Red Zone Tour 2006, indisputably the official Grand Prix party of the season, will consist of two mind-numbing outdoor parties that will bring the nation up to speed on the thrill and excitement of the PETRONAS Malaysian Grand Prix - turning Kuala Lumpur into THE Grand Prix city of the region. The Red Zone Grand Prix experience will be brought all the way to Penang on March 11, 2006, as DJ Mario Piu (ITA), DJ Brent Burns (RSA) and DJ Gabriel (accompanied by Tabla Maniam, both from Singapore) thrills partygoers in an unprecedented outdoor experience at Cocos – The Garage. They will be joined by 3 equally exciting local acts – DJ Joey G from Channel V, DJ Roxy and DJ Desire. The heat picks us a week later, on March 17, 2006 at the F1 Village in SIC as ATB (GER) makes his Malaysian debut, accompanied by DJ Montana (NED) and DJ Tall Paul (UK). They are joined by local DJ Bryan Burger, while DJ Brent Burns and DJ Gabriel stage a repeat performance from their show in Penang. Completing the equations of sights and sounds is 4YOUREYE, an Austrian VJ husband-and-wife duo that will provide the ideal visual accompaniment for both parties. Coming to Malaysia for the second time, 4YOUREYE will have full creative freedom, turning both parties into a sensational assault on the senses. Red Zone this year has taken unparalleled steps to make the tickets extremely accessible – the first 1,000 clubbers in Penang and the first 3,000 in Kuala Lumpur will party for free once registered on beginning 27 February 2006. Alternatively, tickets can be purchased at the door for RM20, which includes one standard drink. The parties are open to partygoers 18 and above only, and all tickets collections and purchases are dependant on display of a valid photo ID. Never before has Red Zone given this many tickets away free of charge, or priced them as affordably. This lives up to their promise of being the official Grand Prix party, giving as many Malaysians as possible the opportunity to experience the fever of Red Zone – turning it into the most celebrated Grand Prix event of the season. For more information on the Red Zone Tour 2006, please call 03-2072 9443.

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