- Yes you can buy multiple tickets (there is no limit as long as tickets are available).
- Yes, you can buy tickets as gifts for others (just let us know what name to list the ticket(s) under).
- Yes, winners can be anywhere in the world and do not have to attend the drawing.
Oh this is an awesome photo of Adrienne as Warrior badass Livia!
Ancient Roman mugshot. pic.twitter.com/R0OQCQnea9
— Adrienne Wilkinson (@Yo_AdrienneW) April 19, 2018
Today (September 4) is the 20th Anniversary of Xena Warrior Princess. Adrienne was Xena’s daughter Livia (Eve). Here’s a message from Adrienne about the anniversary
AUSXIP Starship Foundation Auction Update: my face hurts from smiling so much. The tentative total (tentative because there may be some late donations directly to Starship or people rounding up (which happens often) is in US dollars first and then the converted rate since we are converting to New Zealand dollars:
Total Amount Raised (tentatively) in USD = $19,320.03
Total Amount To Be Converted (tentatively) in NZD = $25,537.52
I’m blown away by these numbers. There are three of us in this auction team (myself, Roger and Lori) and I have to say on behalf of them – THANK YOU.
There is a lot of work involved but its worth it to see this reaction. I’m totally blown away. In the 9 years since we have been doing the auction, we have raised $136,847 for Starship. It wouldn’t also be possible without Starship’s support and their willingness to help us out by creating a way to make the process so easy for everyone.
So from the AUSXIP Starship Auction team,
Thank you to those who bid, to those who contributed and to those that won. That’s $25,537.52 Starship did not have a week ago. Humbled and very proud of this fandom.
Today was the final day at the Xenite Con III in Paris. Here are some fantastic photos of Adrienne and video!
Adrienne at Xenite Con III Finale 26 October 2014
Posted on: 27th October 2014
This is the final stage of day 2 at the Xenite Con III convention with Adrienne, Lucy Lawless, Renee O’Connor, Alex Tydings and Hudson Leick singing “We Can Work It Out” with the audience