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Club plans major face lift for music festival

Mere Naleba
Wednesday, April 09, 2014

TWO venues of the Jazz and Blues Festival will soon see a face lift to its old structure.

It has been confirmed that one of the venues — Royal Suva Yacht Club (RSYC) — is preparing for this festival, which it anticipates would be a popular hit this year.

Since the first festival was staged at Port Denarau in Nadi in 2011, the festival took a break last year.

It is back promising the local crowd a great performance by local and several international artists.

Rear Commodore of the RSYC Patricia Punja said the club was excited in being selected to be one of the venues.

She said plans were in place to give the club a major uplift.

"We are delighted to have them on board."








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