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Country Music Stars Arrive in Hamilton


Country Music Stars Arrive in Hamilton for Saturday Night's National Country Music Awards

Country music artists are making their way to Hamilton from all over Australasia this week for the National Country Music Awards (NCMA) to be held at the Founders Theatre on Saturday 11 August.

Nominees Jody Direen, Matt McNeilly, Kylie Price, Aly Cook, Katie Thompson, The Coalrangers, Eddie Low and Craig Adams will be making the journey from the South Island, while Kylie Austin and Trevor V Stevens are representing the North Island.

Special guest performer Tom Sharplin and the Master of Ceremonies Shane (Hales) are travelling from Auckland and Australian Telstra Award Winner Andrew Redford will be giving his first trans-Tasman show.

South Otago based 2011 Horizon Award Winner Vickie Evans, Wellington’s Jenny Blackadder and Hamilton’s own Kiwi country music star Joy Adams will also be performing on the night.

NCMA is the most prestigious event on NZ’s country music calendar and the awards double as an important industry showcase for promoters and international booking agents.

Get your tickets to the Oscars of country music and witness NZ music history in the making!

This Saturday 11 August - Founders Theatre - Hamilton

www.ticketek.co.nz / 0800-Ticketek
www.kiwiproamcountrymusic.co.nz/

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