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Venues announced for Found @ Thirst DJ competition

Venues announced for Found @ Thirst DJ competition

Heineken Music is proud to bring you ‘Thirst’ – the ultimate DJ producer competition and dance music event to hit New Zealand.

Paul Oakenfold, world class DJ, is the Spearhead of Thirst Show, a dance party on Friday April 4th at the Saint James, Auckland. He will be on the judging panel of the final of the Found @ Thirst DJ competition.

Found @ Thirst is running regionally in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.

Found @ Thirst is all about hunting down the freshest talent in a nationwide search for an emerging DJ producer. The winner of Found @ Thirst will receive the opportunity of a lifetime - the chance to DJ with Oakie in front of a packed out crowd of dance music fans. On top of that they also win studio time and equipment to the tune of $5000.

So Heineken Music is calling for New Zealand DJ producers to come forward and demo their talent.

Come and see the regional dance DJ’s play it off in a town near you and help select whom you think deserves the chance to shine alongside Oakie.

Auckland: Thursday March 20th at Spy Bar Wellington: Friday March 21st at Blow Christchurch: Saturday March 22nd at Sanguine

Get creative and pull together your finest track, then enter before March 7th 2003. You can download the entry form from http://www.heinekenmusic.com

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