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WIN 1 OF 100 DOUBLE PASSES TO BLAZE


Get ready for the international dance spectacular BLAZE. This high voltage, theatrical spectacle for kids and adults alike fuses West End production values with some of the world’s best dancers. 


Featuring music by Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga, Kanye West and more, BLAZE has played to sell out crowds in London, Paris, Berlin and Bangkok.


Now it’s Sydney’s turn for the ultimate night of entertainment for the whole family!


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