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Mika - “Coffee”

Mika - “Coffee”

The new single – playing exclusively at POP bar for NZMM 2014

Following his Top 40 Dance hit ‘Dress to Express’, Auckland this past weekend had a strong dose of ‘COFFEE’ the new single from Mika (https://www.facebook.com/officialmika) featuring Lavina Williams (Australian idol), and served to audiences at POP bar throughout New Zealand Music Month!

‘Coffee’, was given birth at its Auckland premiere with a who’s who of fans in attendance; from Aussie Pop Idols and athletes to fashionistas and drag queens and - as only MIKA can do – giving away free tickets to his forthcoming gig in Hawaii this June!

Written by Mika and Steve Robinson and produced by Alan Jansson (OMC - “How Bizzare”) and Siche (https://www.facebook.com/chairmansiche) at Uptown Studios, those who may have missed out on May 2nd still can get a chance to witness Mika’s only performances for NZ Music month at POP Bar (Ponsonby Road) on the 9 and 16th of May.

Each performance includes a chance to be in the draw to win Hawaiian Airlines flights for two (2) PLUS six nights’ accommodation to Hawaii – all for just coming along and enjoying Mika’s incredible performance.

Joining Mika at each performance for Music Month are Hannah Martin, Zakk d’Larte, Lavina Williams and PattyBoy

Mika is the original ‘Strong Black’ hit to the senses that can keep you awake into the wee hours of the morning much like this fresh brewed java shot, he is a naturally mood altering drug.

What kinda Coffee do you like? Check it out!
http://soundcloud.com/mikaglobal/mika-coffee-ft-lavina-williams

Details about how to win: Attend on Friday 9th and Friday 16th of May at 10pm

Express Magazine, POP Bar Ponsonby Road, Hawaiian Airlines and Vive Hotel Waikiki are giving away three pairs of flights with six nights of accommodation (six in total) to celebrate Honolulu Pride on Saturday 7th June and returning 11 June.

Winners will be drawn at random and announced at POP Bar from 9pm each Friday 9th, 16th 2014 of May (2 performances). To win you MUST BE at POP Bar with valid ID at the time of the call! If the first name drawn is not present, the next name of the week will be called until a winner is found. You can enter at each week’s draw and performance, but only one entry per person is permitted per day.


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