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VIP Fly My Pretties Homeland Tour "Muppet Box" Competition

WIN A : VIP Fly My Pretties Homeland Tour Muppet Prize Pack ( For September 19th in Wellington )

Scoop is proud to be supporting Fly My Pretties and The Homeland Tour and we have an amazing VIP Prize-pack to giveaway:

4x VIP tickets to the show at the Wellington Opera House - seats are in the private balcony box “Muppet Box” – the best seats in the house!

And… an ice bucket filled with delicious Moa Beer delivered to you in the box!

TO ENTER:

Pick your 4 favourite tracks from this Fly My Pretties playlist and tell us in 200 words or less why they are the best Fly My Pretties songs and you are in the competition!

You can enter by posting a comment on the PublicAddress: Fly My Pretties Schwag (click here) article, or you can also post your entry on the Scoop Facebook page - be sure to list your 4 songs in your comment or post the link to your set from Soundcloud.

Entries close Friday 23 Aug and the winner will be announced on Mon 26 Aug on Scoop.co.nz and on Scoop and Fly My Pretties social media pages.

Terms and Conditions : 1. One entry per person. 2. Entrants must be 18 years or older. 3. Entries close Friday 23rd August 2013. 4. Winner will be chosen by the Fly My Pretties team and announced on Scoop, Scoop’s social media channels and the Fly My Pretties social media channels on Mon 26th August 2013. 5. Judges decision is final. 6. Prizes are not negotiable, transferable or redeemable for cash. 7. A maximum of 8 bottles of Moa Beer will be supplied. 8. Additional costs including but not limited to travel, food, extra alcohol and other incidentals are the responsibility of the winner.


Fly My Pretties Homeland Tour

September 2013 will see Fly My Pretties return to their roots, as they embark on 20 intimate shows across New Zealand on the Homeland Tour.

With the musical journey beginning at Aotearoa’s tip in Kaitaia and ending in the Southern-most city of Invercargill, the regional tour will see the collective chart a route rarely explored by top live acts.

Fly My Pretties has proudly introduced many breakthrough musicians over the past decade and once again bring together an exciting mix of undiscovered & established talent to join founder, Barnaby Weir.

With a cast that reflects a diverse mix of New Zealand’s musical landscape, the Homeland Tour welcomes the following musicians: Anika Moa, Mel Parsons, Ria Hall, Barnaby Weir, Jarney Murphy, Kara Gordon, Louis McDonald, Mark Vanilau, Mike Fabulous, Nigel Patterson, Ryan Prebble & Shaun Blackwell.

New cast members include: Two time Tui-nominated folk musician, Mel Parsons; singer, Maori TV presenter & Reggae All Star member Ria Hall who despite joining FMP for one-off shows has never recorded with the cast; Kara Gordon – an amazing undiscovered talent who is in Europe working with Finlay Quaye and the Alabama 3; Louis McDonald singer & guitarist of rising stars, Five Mile Town who just won the 2013 International Song-writing Competition; Mark Vanilau who is known for performing alongside the country’s great names including Dave Dobbyn and is one third of ‘Vanilau, Maxwell, Baker’ (alongside Warren Maxwell & Louis Baker); Shaun Blackwell an up and coming singer-guitarist in the capital’s folk/country outfit, John The Baptist; and finally a member who needs little introduction, Anika Moa who is currently writing her new album before heading off on the road with FMP – hopefully to road test a song or two!

The tour will see Fly My Pretties hark back to their musical roots with a sound reminiscent of their first 2 live albums - Live at Bats & The Return Of – an unashamedly kiwi sound stepped in folk, roots, soul & rock.

ENDS

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