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Paradise Beverages Continues Support For Suva’s ‘Biggest Food And Music Festival’

Paradise Beverages (Fiji) Limited marketing and sponsorship specialist, Tuula Mallam, said the music industry in Fiji was just as important to them as it is to the community.
26 Feb 2020 12:27
Paradise Beverages Continues Support For Suva’s ‘Biggest Food And Music Festival’
From left: Knox Entertainment co directors Inoke Kalounisiga, Ellana Kalounisiga and Paradise Beverages (Fiji) Limited marketing and sponsorship specialist Tuula Mallam, during the sponsorship signing in Suva on February 25, 2020. Photo: Inoke Rabonu

Paradise Beverages (Fiji) Limited yesterday announced its sponsorship for the 2020 Thurston Food and Music Festival organised by Knox Entertainment.

This will be the company’s fourth year sponsoring what has been dubbed as the biggest food and musical festival to be organised in the capital city. The event that will be hosted at Thurston Gardens on March 28 will see big names and new acts in music come together for a great day of entertainment.

Paradise Beverages (Fiji) Limited marketing and sponsorship specialist, Tuula Mallam, said the music industry in Fiji was just as important to them as it is to the community.

“It brings people together to make new memories or reconnect old ones while providing a platform for musicians to showcase their talent which for some of them is their main income,” Ms Mallam said.

“Apart from the music, this festival provides a platform for all aspects of art and performance as well as delicious food and beverages,” she said

“Paradise Beverage’s commitment to music in Fiji stretches long and wide encompassing not only several festival sponsorships in the last decade but also many more events at nightclubs, and resorts, as well as up and coming musicians as collaborative partners like Inside Out and recently DJ Christonite.”

Knox Entertainment co-director Inoke Kalounisiga said knowing that the show had the sponsorship of Paradise Beverages was a big bonus for the festival.

“Some of the talented acts you can expect at this year’s festival include Inside Out, Knox, Pacific Groove, Strangers, KKU, Bitz N Pieces and VOU,” Mr Kalounisaiga said.

“Tickets are just $25 and will sell out so get yours at the Fiji Broadcasting Corporation office, Ginger Kitchen or Café 30,” he said.

Edited by Ranoba Baoa

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