Win A Chance To Follow Us To The Press Conference!
Nov 16, 2011 19:19
We're not kidding. Want to see the stars up close and personal? In the flesh and closer than anyone else? Then check out the information below:
10 lucky VIP / Rock Zone ticket buyers will be able to join for the
press conference and see the stars up close and personal, while another
100 lucky ticket buyers (of any type of ticket to the M Live by CJ, MO.A
in KL 2011 concert), will get a signed poster from all the artists.
Registration of ticket numbers to choose the winners will begin on Monday 21st November 2011 online at http://www.fooyoh.com/mlive. Look out for our announcement.
Here are the mechanics again:
For attending the press conference with us: 1. Ticket buyer must buy either VIP or Rock Zone 2. Ticket buyer must register their ticket serial number with name, ic number, email and contact on Fooyoh.com/mlive
3. Winners will be picked from the registration 4. Complimentary tickets are not allowed 5. 10 winners in total
For winning signed posters from the artists: 1.
Ticket buyer can participate by buying any type of ticket (Rock Zone /
VIP / Royal Zone / Special Zone / Numbered Seating / Free Seating)
2. Ticket buyer must register their ticket serial number with name, ic number, email and contact on Fooyoh.com/mlive
3. Winners will be picked from the registration
4. Complimentary tickets are not allowed
5. 100 winners in total
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