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The 2006 Awards Are Coming - and You Can Go!

The 2006 Pacific Music Awards Are Coming - and You Can Go!

Next Friday, May 12, come and join a celebration of some of New Zealand’s top musicians at the 2006 Pacific Music Awards!

The awards are being held at the TelstraClear Pacific venue in Manukau City, kicking off at 7pm and tickets are available to the public.

Check out performances by the likes of Savage, Dei Hamo, Sara-Jane Auva'a, Aaradhna and Spacifix.

Be the first to find out who will win the awards amongst finalists such as Savage, Beatrootz, Cydel, Mt Vaea Band, Annie Puletiuatoa, King Kapisi, Dei Hamo, Rosita Vai, Sara-Jane Auva’a and JXN & LavaBoyKila.

Tickets to the awards and concert are available from or by calling 0800 224 224.


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