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NZ Music Month Pub Quiz


Tuesday May 31st

NZ Music Month Pub Quiz

Mere hours remain in NZ Music Month 2005, and this year we’re wrapping up with an event to test the trivia mettle of the local music industry on a topic they should know plenty about – NZ Music.

Labels, media, and organisations throughout the industry have been invited to field teams for the first ever NZ Music Month Pub Quiz, and we will be tallying the results thoroughly with no recounts required (or invited).

Our quizmaster extraordinaire Slave (Base FM) will take the teams through their paces tonight to see who gets to walk away with victors’ bragging rights.

If you’re not one of the lucky ones who get to be there you’ll still be able to take part, with quiz questions appearing in the Backstage Pass section of Vodafone Live!

Results from the winners’ podium will be available the following day on

The NZ Music Month 2005 Pub Quiz

Tuesday May 31st

Thanks to Vodafone and Jagermeister


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