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Paradise Beverages Supports Music Festival

Paradise Beverages Supports Music Festival
From left: Inoke Kalounisiga (aka Knox), Knox Entertainment director Ellana Kalounisiga, Paradise Beverages (Fiji) Limited general manager Mike Spencer and head of marketing Rowena Taito. Photo: Paradise Beverages (Fiji) Limited
May 19
11:00 2017

 

More corporate organisations have stepped up to support what has been dubbed the biggest music and food festival to be organised in the country.

Paradise Beverages (Fiji) Limited has announced its sponsorship of the 2017 Thurston Music and Food Festival organised by Knox Entertainment.

Company general manager Mike Spencer said: “We are well-known in Fiji for our sponsorship of sport, particularly rugby for the past 60 years.

“We are not well known for our sponsorship of other community events.

“The Thurston Music Festival is a music event we are supporting this year.

“We are very proud to be able to support Knox and his team host this fantastic local event, which also offers Fiji’s upcoming musicians and dancers the opportunity to perform in front of a large audience.”

Knox Entertainment director Ellana Kalounisiga said: “We are thrilled to have Paradise Beverages to sponsor this first ever Thurston Food and Music Festival.

“Their support of live music in Fiji allows us to provide a platform to host some wonderful events in Fiji.”

 

About the Thurston Music and Food Festival

13 hours of non-stop entertainment

 Performance from 12 of Fiji’s top bands along with dance, live theatre and interactive art.

 Tickets are only $20 and kids under 12 are free.

 The sale begins this Sunday at the ROC Market and thereafter at FBC, Ginger Kitchen, Thurston Gardens and the ROC café.

The event will be held on July 15 at Thurston Garden

Edited by Ranoba Baoa

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