Pundit and Scoop are pleased to offer you the chance to win two tickets to Music at Matua. For free. Just for fun. Make a comment now and be in the draw.

Music at Matua is on Saturday 8th February 2014 at Matua Wines, Waimauku (30 mins West of Auckland city). And this is your chance to win two passes for 1 adult + up to three children.

Gates open at 1pm with live music from 2pm – 6pm.

The lineup includes: TrinityRoots, SJD, Joseph & Maia and Laughton Kora
Free parking will be available at Matua on the day and for those wishing to take a bus, event buses will be running.

The prize is two tickets, but you can bring up to 3 children under the age of 13 years of age along with you to Music at Matua (providing you are their parent or legal guardian).

A range of vendors will be selling food on the day; however you are welcome to take a picnic. Liquids are prohibited from being brought into the venue. A selection of drinks will be available for purchase on the day.

For event and bus tickets and more information, head to Ticketek.co.nz

To win, just make a comment below by 4pm Friday on what you think the biggest political issue of the year will be. Go on, have a punt. Make sure we have an email address for you – either in the comment or your Pundit profile (if you don't want your email public) – and we'll be in touch tomorrow. Good luck!

Comments (9)

by Nick Gibbs on February 06, 2014
Nick Gibbs

For my punt, I pick Epsom and coalition deals as a headline winner this year.

by Tim Watkin on February 06, 2014
Tim Watkin

But who's gonna win Epsom, Nick?

by Frank Macskasy on February 06, 2014
Frank Macskasy

Mortgage interest rates. By November they will be through the roof (pun!?) and the middle classes will be squealing...

by Andre Terzaghi on February 07, 2014
Andre Terzaghi

Post election negotiations when the balance of power is held by Winston and the Maori Party.

by Alan Johnstone on February 07, 2014
Alan Johnstone

For me it's got to be the National party leadership post their election defeat.

I see potential for a major spilt.

by Eszett on February 07, 2014
Eszett

Probably the Conservative Party coming from left field (pun intended) with a devisive, but ultimately unimportant issue trying to make the 5%

 

 

by Sharon Sweeney Lauder on February 07, 2014
Sharon Sweeney Lauder

Unfortunately I think the Epsom 'lack of teapot' talks could steal the show from more important issues like education and tax.  More 'uninformed' changes to how schools are run in this country should have made a bigger splash in recent weeks but lost out to Act Party antics.  Has anyone in the Min Edu ever been a teacher or a principal - it sure doesn't seem likely from the proposed changes that were dished out last week.

by Tim Watkin on February 07, 2014
Tim Watkin

And we have a winner... Eszett, please check your email for details.

Thanks, everyone.

by Eszett on February 07, 2014
Eszett

Sweet. Thanks Tim

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