26 August 2021
2021 Pacific Music Awards to be postponed
New date Friday 8 October, subject to Alert Levels
With the recent move into Alert Level Four, the Pacific Music Awards Trust has decided to postpone the 2021 Pacific Music Awards, which were scheduled for Wednesday 1 September.
Due to the restrictions on gatherings and events at Alert Level Four and Alert Level Three, the event will be postponed until Friday 8 October.
The format of the rescheduled event will be subject to Alert Levels at the time. Please check our website and social media for more details and updates.
The Pacific Music Awards Trust extends their thoughts to Aotearoa. We are thinking of the safety and wellbeing of our communities and share our support during this challenging time. We encourage everyone to stay safe, stay home, look after your loved ones, your families and be kind to each other. If you need support or information we encourage you to check the following websites:
Issued for the Pacific Music Awards by Pead
About the Pacific Music Awards:
In 2004 the Pacific Music Awards Committee (PMAC) was formed to realise a vision and the inaugural Pacific Music Awards debuted at Pasifika Festival in March 2005. Encouraged by the success of the awards, PMAC set about developing an annual event as a significant highlight of the NZ music industry calendar. PMAC later formed a Charitable Trust to organise and host the awards, and are driven by a simple core objective: to create and manage an event that acknowledges the success of Pacific artists, celebrates and promotes excellence in Pacific music and encourages young Pacific musicians to aspire to a higher level of achievement.
Contact: Adam Warin, Pead | 021 029 01388 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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