Show bound to be a hit

Free tick­ets up for grabs

South Waikato News - - SPORT -

Un­known Peace are back and are sched­uled to per­form at the Toko­roa Cos­mopoli­tan Club on March 2.

If pre­vi­ous gigs are any­thing to go by, next month’s show will be in­cred­i­ble.

The nine- piece reg­gae group, which has gen­er­ated a fine mu­si­cal rep­u­ta­tion, were the win­ners of New Zealand’s 2009 Bat­tle of the Bands and are ad­mir­ers of Bob Mar­ley.

The eight young Poly­ne­sian brothers hail from Auck­land and are ranked among the best live reg­gae bands this coun­try has.

To­gether for three years, they are as chilled as their mu­sic and more about spread­ing the good vibes to their friends, fam­ily and fans. They have a solid rep­u­ta­tion as a good live gig and are cur­rently work­ing on their first stu­dio al­bum.

South Waikato News has two dou­ble passes to give away to the con­cert as well as two copies of the group’s sin­gle Shar­ing the love. Sim­ply tell us what the group won in 2009 along with your name and con­tact de­tails to go in the draw. En­tries to swaikato.ed­i­tor or post to PO Box 89, Toko­roa 3444. Please spec­ify what draw you are en­ter­ing.

IN TOWN: Un­known Peace are re­turn­ing to per­form at the Toko­roa Cos­mopoli­tan Club and you could be there to see them.

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