Super passes snapped up - super quickly

In front of a line of people waiting to pick up O-Week tickets are Alana Fisher and Hannah Wright...
In front of a line of people waiting to pick up O-Week tickets are Alana Fisher and Hannah Wright (both 18), of Auckland, who snapped up some of the last O-Week super passes. Photo by Craig Baxter.
Tickets for O-Week are selling strongly, with all 2000 super passes taken yesterday, Otago University Students' Association events and communications manager Dan Hendra says.

The super passes, which give people entry to all the major O-Week events, were sold out by last night, meaning people would now need to buy tickets for individual events or pick up a music pass, Mr Hendra said.

''Super passes are always really popular, but it is really good to know we have got a strong line-up and people are stoked to be a part of it,'' he said.

Organisation for the week was going ''really well''.

The only thing to go wrong was the weather taking a turn for the worse yesterday.

The potential for bad weather was another reason why it was good being able to hold events at Forsyth Barr Stadium, he said.

''The stadium is a real asset when it comes to orientations in Dunedin.''

Tickets for all events except the toga party were open to the public.

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