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Final rush for tickets

Torika Tokalau
Wednesday, May 28, 2014

WITH less than three days to go to the opening night of the Fiji Fashion Week at the Grand Pacific Hotel, organisers confirm tickets for the final night on Saturday is now sold out.

FJFW tickets manager Lite Daunika said the final night, which was the Established Designers show, was always a hot ticket for the annual fashion event.

Music duo Talei and Nem will officially close the 2014 FJFW when they perform at the after party.

"We actually have a wait list for Saturday night now," Ms Daunika said.

"Ticket sales started slow but in true Fijian style, it's all about the last minute sales."

She said she was confident the opening night, the Resort Wear show on Thursday, would also be sold out soon.

The opening night will feature Nadi-based band Divine at the after party.

FJFW sponsorship manager Atelaite Cama said those who resided in the Western Division could also take advantage of a special deal with Pacific Destinationz, which covered transfers to and from Nadi and one ticket to attend the Resort Wear show. This, she added, was going for $100.

Tickets for Resort Wear and Emerging Designer shows are available at Damodar City.

The Fiji Times Ltd is a sponsor of the 2014 FJFW.








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