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The Tension Is Building - First MPC Battle Wed

Come check out the contestants at the first MPC Battle at The Matterhorn Gardens this Wednesday from 9pm...

The winner is the track which receives the most audience appreciation and winners receive a $200 voucher from Smoke CD's...

The tension is building, the pressure is on, some contestants have gained wild media profiles over the last week, some had stayed low... who will take away the prize?

Be there top cheer on your personal favourite....

It's Battle styles!

This Wednesday (25th) in The Matterhorn Gardens

The Matterhorn 106 Cuba Street. Wellington. NZ www.matterhorn.co.nz


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