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RDU 98.5FM Round up 20th Anniversary Grand Final

RDU 98.5FM and Three Boys are celebrating 20 years of Round Up and the GRAND FINAL has finally arrived! Rock up to Arcadia on AUGUST 10th and rock out to an awesome line up of bands.

These really are the best of the best.

There’ll be a ton of prizes up for grabs from Three Boys, In Real Life, The Rock Shop and 2 finalists will even be asked to perform at Electric Avenue or Nostalgia Festival!!!

FINALIST ARE:

Dont fight it Marsha
VGVS
Adam Hattaway music
Little Fang
Mental Fatal

Special thanks to our sponsors: Three Boys Brewery, MAINZ (Music and Audio Institute of New Zealand), Rockshop NZ, In Real Life Vinyl Record Mastering, Phantom Billstickers, Nostalgia Festival 2019, Electric Avenue Music Festival 2019 and NZ On Ai

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