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2018 FPRA music awards launched

SOLOMONE RABULU
Wednesday, February 07, 2018

Update: 4:15PM THE Fiji Performing Rights Association Limited (FPRA) launched this year's FPRA Music Awards at its office in Suva this morning.

FPRA chairman Eremasi Tamanisau said the annual event was something everyone looked forward to every year with a bigger entertainment planned for this year's awards night. 

Mr Tamanisau said  the past few events had been very successful and assured the people that this year's award would be more great.

"Music is something that brings everyone together," Mr Tamanisau said.

'We want to thank our sponsors and our supporters for showing us their support in the past few years till 2018 and we look forward to working together in helping raising the bar of our music industry in the country to another level this year."

The music awards night will be held on Saturday May, 12 at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva.








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