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Kiwi Rolling Out Red Carpet ...

5 October

Kiwi Rolling Out Red Carpet ...

Kiwi is rolling out the Red Carpet in Auckland's Aotea Square this morning, ahead of rock n roll's biggest night - the 2005 Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards... and they've got the last seats in the house!

The 100% New Zealand music radio station will be broadcast loud and clear in Aotea Square from lunch time today as Kiwi staff arrive to start sorting out their outfits and setting up the free stuff.

Not only does Kiwi have the last seats in the house to giveaway but also L’Oréal Professionnel, Clean & Clear® and Durex, plus CDs of the 2005 Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards finalists, official Hanes 2005 Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards t-shirts, limited edition 2005 Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards iPod shuffles - only on the Red Carpet at the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards.

The Playstation 2 is in place in the back of the Kiwi Defender, so there'll be plenty of time for finalists, guests or groupies to sit back, relax and prepare for all the action.

Kiwi Drive goes live from Aotea Square at 4pm, when hosts Bruce and Renee will give away the much sought after final wad of tickets to the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards. Tickets can be scored by bringing a Vodafone 3G/Vodafone live! Mobile to the Red Carpet in Aotea Square.

Kiwi Drive will interview plenty of their muso mates and provide a full on-air analysis on who is wearing what as finalists and guests arrive at the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards.

From 6pm, Kiwi Breakfast hosts Karyn Hay and Andrew Fagan will MC the Red Carpet arrivals as the V.I.P limo's pull up to Aotea Square and finalists and guests make their way in to the pre-awards party in Aotea Centre. Again a full analysis of who is arriving with whom and who is wearing what will be provided.

Jason Kerrison, live at the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards, will be first to interview all Tui winners the moment they get off stage. All interviews will feature on the Goodnight Kiwi show on Kiwi from 8pm tonight.

Kiwi - 100% NZ Music

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