FPRA receives $15,000 for 2022 FIPRA Awards

FPRA receives $15,000 for 2022 FIPRA Awards

By Marika Rasekaseka
Wednesday 31/08/2022

The Fiji Performing Rights Association has received a boost towards their preparation for the 2022 FPRA Awards after receiving $5,000 from the Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre and $10,000 from Ashabhai & Co.

FPRA President Eremasi Tamanisau says because the 2020-2021 Annual event were missed due to the pandemic, they have strived not to disadvantage their goal towards the music industry and take them on board.

Tamanisau says their achievement will be recognised at a virtual presentation for the winners of the 2020-2021 FPRA Awards that will be held on the 20th of September at the Grand Pacific Hotel.

He says the main event which is the 2022 FPRA Awards, will be held on the 1st of October 2022.

Meanwhile, the 2020-2021 Best Hindi Music Award will receive $5,000 and the winner for the 2022 Premier Award will receive $10,000.

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