Stir It Up Music Festival sponsored by Paradise Beverages

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Paradise Beverages

Paradise Beverages sponsors the first ever Stir It Up Music Festival in Wailoaloa on Saturday October 29.

The event hosted on Nadi’s well known Wailoaloa area, will see the biggest names and hottest new acts in Fiji and abroad come together for a great day of music and entertainment.

Stir It Up co-director Lara Khan was overwhelmed with Paradise Beverage’s support.

"We are so excited because it is Fiji’s first international music festival after COVID.We have sold a lot of tickets to overseas travellers who will be flying in just for this concert so it’s a great sign for Fiji’s tourism but we are most happy about being able to have our locals have access to an international concert like this. It is great exposure for Fiji to be on the map for international concerts going forward."

“Events of this scale cannot progress and carry on without the support of Paradise Beverages, so we are incredibly grateful.”

Paradise Beverages General Manager Mike Spencer said the music industry in Fiji was just as important to Paradise.

“We sponsor a lot of community events such as our Fiji Bitter 7s Tournaments, Fashion shows, NGOs and now we are supporting various Music Festivals including this amazing one.”

Some of the talented acts that can be expected at this year’s festival include Adina, Tenelle, Victor J Sefo, Wayno, Jae.T, Jay Emz, Ponifasio Samoa, Donny Mahanga, BlkB3ry, DJ 651, DJ Peter Gunz, DJ Mannz, DJ Bullets and MC Valz.

There will be food stalls and refreshments from Vasaqa Productions, 1ton Fiji, Pumua, The Beach club and many more.

The event is staged to happen on October 29.

Tickets are just $55 (General Admission) and $150 (VIP) which includes some great advantages. Tickets will be sold at Mana Coffee in Suva, The Beach Club Wailoaloa, The Coffee Hub Nadi, Lautoka and Ba as well as online via The Beach Club Wailoaloa Facebook Page.

The Stir It Up festival is one of a kind, an international standard event in Wailoaloa. Don’t miss out!