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Teenage fans have fun at first Pepsi Party House feat. MKTO

Teenage fans have fun at first Pepsi Party House featuring MKTO

MKTO took centre stage at the first Pepsi Party House last night (Sunday 4th May), performing to over 500 teenage fans. The free concert at Shed 10, Auckland was put on by Pepsi, who have recognised there are very few places just for teens and designed the Pepsi Party House to be a place teens can call their own.

The crowd went wild when MKTO, the duo made up of Malcolm Kelley and Tony Oller, played their new single American Dream and hits like Platinum certified Thank You, Classic and Gold certified God Only Knows.

This exclusive gig, for teenagers 15 – 18 years old, was the first of three epic parties planned for the Pepsi Party House this year.

For more information on the Pepsi Party House check out:www.pepsipartyhouse.co.nz

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