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Musicians to headline gig

Shayal Devi
Wednesday, May 21, 2014

TWO acclaimed musicians have joined hands with Animals Fiji Nadi Clinic to help the centre relocate to a new venue.

A media statement by the organisation yesterday said New Zealand-based Tiki Taane and local superstar Knox would be performing in a concert at Port Denarau on May 27.

"Tiki Taane and Knox will be present in an up close and personal set at The Mojito on Port Denarau for the small fee of $10 and this is a fantastic opportunity for Fiji," the statement said.

"There will be one free Corona or Fiji Rum upon arrival and will fundraise money via raffles for Animals Fiji in their search to relocate their Nadi clinic and shelter."

Animals Fiji said the intimate concert at Port Denarau retail complex's newest bar and restaurant would have various raffle prizes such as twin tickets to the three-night party "BlueSky FIJI" in October.

"All proceeds raised are going to Animals Fiji Nadi Clinic which provides emergency care for sick animals and plays a vital role in the management and control of Fiji's feral cat and dog populations."

Early this month the clinic was given a month to vacate its Martintar office by June hence the fundraising drive to raise $300,000 for its relocation to a new site.

Those who wish to secure their table could call 6750900 and for more information about the event, contact Rich Henry on rich@TourismHQ.com or Chloe Slatter on 8495305.








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