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September 09, 2011 12:00:00 AM
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The Procera Music Festival 2011 will be focusing on the plights of local recording artists in the face of piracy.

Procera Music general manager Mahid Murad said the theme of the festival reflected the message the music festival was trying to put across.

“The theme of this year’s music festival is “Buy Original, Be Original” and we will be focusing how piracy affects our local recording artists,” said Murad.

“The main objective will be basically to promote the copyright law.”

He said the festival would also feature entertainment from local artists and dancers.

The Procera Music Festival 2011 starts tomorrow.

By Tevita Vuibau

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