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Plain White T's at Block Party to Wellington

MEDIA RELEASE 11 February 2008

‘V’ takes free Block Party to Wellington featuring US sensations The Plain White T’s!

Everyone loves a sequel and The People’s Republic of ‘V’ are excited to announce a second FREE ‘V’ Block Party headlined by power pop sensations The Plain White T’s.

Following hot on the heels of the successful ‘V’ Block Party held in Britomart Square, Auckland in December, ‘V’ are doing it again. This time the free outdoor event will be held at Waitangi Park in central Wellington on Monday 25th February starting at 7.00pm.

The Plain White T’s hail from Chicago and were recently nominated for two Grammy Awards and had enormous success with their number one hit “Hey There Delilah”. The song won a Teen Choice Award in 2007 and reached number one in the charts in the US, Canada and Germany.

This will be the bands first trip to New Zealand and they are really excited to play a FREE concert in the nations Capital. This is going to be one MASSIVE party in the streets

Sign up to and come along to the ‘V’ Block Party II for free plus you could win loads of great prizes on the night. It’s free to join and members receive heaps of benefits including exclusive invitations to cool events.

What’s the catch? There is no catch. The good people at ‘V’ figured it was high time Wellington got a Block Party after the enormous success of the first ‘V’ Block Party in Auckland last December. So get amongst it and let your hair down by celebrating good music with ‘V’.

Check out for more details on the ‘V’ Block Party and join up to be in to win.

The People’s Republic of ‘V’ - it’s whatever YOU make it!


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