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VT1S unveils family-friendly concert

VTBOP Music and VT1S have partnered with the Fiji Sports Council, Events Plus, and Ticketmax to host a family-friendly ‘Suka Na Vuli’ concert on August 26 at the Vodafone Arena in Suva.

The ‘Suka Na Vuli’ concert will feature Fiji’s biggest boy band, Paradise RootZ, along with the Yanu boyz and ‘Amu sa Dege’ singer Taitusi Mareau. The MATA Dance group will also add to the concert’s high energy.

Managing Director of VTBOP Music, Tix Korocowiri, expressed excitement about this innovative event.

“This is a one of a kind show which we will be hosted on the 26th of August which is the beginning of the school holidays, hence, the name ‘Suka na Vuli’.”

Keeping affordability and family-friendly entertainment in mind, over 95 per cent of the concert tickets are priced below $20.

“We aim to keep this event accessible so many people can attend. It’s a family show with no alcohol allowed” said Korocowiri.

For the first time, all tickets for the event will be sold through the Ticketmax platform.

However, cash payments can still be made by buying tickets at the FSC main office, where purchasers will receive an e-ticket on their mobile phones.

The transition to the Ticketmax platform is aimed at providing convenience, as it enables payments through MPAISA, MYCASH, MasterCard, and VISA.

Tickets are now available on Ticketmax’s website, with main floor area tickets at $15, pavilion at $20, and VIP tickets also on offer.

The concert will kick off at 7.30pm and is expected to conclude by 10pm.

Simran Chand
Simran Chand
Cadet Journalist |


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