From Zack: This posting comes to us from Cristina with OGAE Italy.

Hello everybody,OGAE Italy is having its preview party in Turin, on April 20th 2013. Our Valentina Ruffinatto is taking care of the organization.

The location is the Hotel La Darsena in Moncalieri (TO) http://www.ladarsena.net/ita/hotel.html . The program will start at about 2 pm on April 20th, and it will include:

– preview videos and voting
– Eurovision games
– karaoke
– dinner
– DJ set

But that’s not all: we will have a wonderful guest once again. This time we are speaking about a boy from a town called Vercelli, very near Turin. He is, young, handsome, very nice, has a strong voice and a powerful way of singing. He did not represent Italy at the ESC, but… Belarus! Yes, he is

JACOPO MASSA from Litesound!

Jacopo will treat us with a small concert after dinner and he will spend the day with us. Besides, we are hoping for one more surprise: we will inform you in due course.

On the next day we will be glad to take you for a walk around Turin and have lunch all together, if you like.

Prices are as follows:

– Just meeting and dinner: Eur 50,00 p.p.
– One night in single room with breakfast, meeting and dinner: Eur 110,00 p.p.
– One night in double room with breakfast, meeting and dinner: Eur 90,00 p.p.
– One night in three or four beds room with breakfast, meeting and dinner: Eur 80,00 p.p.

For more information and bookings, please write to:
vale.ruffy @ hotmail.it
within the end of February if possible.

Please spread the news, everyone is invited! Let’s have fun together!

Have a nice weekend



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One Comment

  1. Roy van der Merwe

    February 4, 2013 at 14:21

    Cristina, hope OGAE ITALY has a great party with one of our HEROES. Pity the rest of LITESOUND is not coming. Hope Jacopo will at least sing WE ARE THE HEROES during his show. After OGAE ITALY won 2012 WORLD PEACE FESTIVAL, you have a lot to celebrate.

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