The Winery Tour kicks off

Last updated 10:06 02/02/2013

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The Classic Hits Winery Tour, featuring Fat Freddy's Drop, AnikaBoh&Hollie, The Adults and Clara van Wel, kicks off tomorrow to a sold out venue in Matakana.

We have enlisted Fat Freddy's Drop MC Mark Williams aka MC Slave, to keep us up to date about what's happening behind the scene of New Zealand's largest tours.

Be sure to check Stuff every couple of days to watch Mark's video blog that captures artist antics, travel travails, winery wisdoms and perhaps even promoter's panics.

While we just got word that three of the 17 dates of the tour have already sold out (Ascension Wine Estate in Matakana, Neudorf Vineyards in Upper Moutere and Black Barn Vineyard), we're giving some lucky readers the chance to score a double pass to see the show either at Alana Estate, Martinborough on Saturday February 9, at Mud House Winery, Waipara on Saturday February 16 or at Villa Maria Winery, Auckland on Saturday 2nd March.

How to enter:

To enter the competition send an Email to competitions@stuff.co.nz  with your name, address, post code and phone number before 10am on Monday, February 4 to go in the draw.

Don't forget to let us know if you want to go to the Wellington, Christchurch or Auckland show.

Please ensure the email subject line says, Winery_Tour.

Terms and Conditions:

Prize winners will be determined from a random draw of eligible entries received before 10am on on Monday, Februay 4. Only one entry per person will be accepted

Prize cannot be exchanged for cash or other property. The winners need to make their own way to the concert.

Employees of Fairfax New Zealand's corporate office and www.stuff.co.nz, and their immediate families, are not eligible for the prize.

Fairfax New Zealand Limited's Managing Director, Publishing, will make a final determination if any matter is disputed.

Entries belong to Fairfax New Zealand Limited and may be used by the company for marketing and promotions.

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