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The Game in NZ next week - could visit your school

The Game in NZ next week - win a chance for him to visit your school!


The Game arrives in New Zealand next week for his first ever NZ Tour which kicks off at Auckland’s Logan Campbell Centre next Wednesday.

Earlier in the day the rapper will make an appearance at an Auckland school as part of a Mai FM promotional competition called ‘The GAME was in MAI CLASS’.

The winning class will have the Game speak to them about how he became a successful rapper and movie star, plus he’ll drop a free-style and join them in a class photo too!


“The phones have been running hot for concert tickets giveaways but even hotter for this competition!

This is an exciting opportunity for Mai FM and the winning class, as it is not every day that an international hip hop icon agrees to go into an actual classroom

and share their story about the struggles they had to overcome to achieve their dream!“
says Natasha Meleisea, Marketing Manager, Mai FM.

The competition runs until the 7th August and to enter, listen to Mai FM for more details.


THE GAME LAX TOUR
Wednesday August 12th – Auckland, Logan Campbell Centre - Tickets from www.ticketek.co.nz, 0800-TICKETEK
Friday August 14th - Wellington, Te Rauparaha Arena, Porirua - Tickets from 0800-4-TICKET
Saturday August 15th – Rotorua, Sportsdrome - Tickets from www.ticketmaster.co.nz, 0800-111-999

Don’t miss the opportunity to see one of hip hop’s best performing all his hits –
How We Do, Hate It Or Love It, Let’s Ride, My Life, Games Pain, Wouldn’t Get Far and many more – live for the first time in NZ!


ENDS

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