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Awards tickets sell fast

Felix Chaudhary
Friday, July 25, 2014

TICKETS for the music industry's biggest calendar event, the 2014 FPRA Music Awards, are fast selling out, says Grand Pacific Hotel general manager Eugene Diethelm.

"It is a great honour for us to host the local music industry's biggest event on Saturday," Mr Diethelm said.

"The fact that the organiser, Fiji Performing Rights Association, has chosen our hotel shows the confidence that Fijian companies and institutions have in our ability to deliver a very high level of service and style.

"We have consistently proven by hosting events like Fiji Fashion Week, Miss World Fiji and other big events, that the Grand Pacific Hotel is a premier venue for mega events in the Capital City."

Tickets for the 2014 FPRA Music Awards are on sale at the Grand Pacific Hotel and at the FPRA office at 66 MacGregor Rd in Suva.

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