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Pete Murray’s “Surf Music In Paradise” hits the Maldives

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Pete Murray’s “Surf Music In Paradise” week in June

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 26 January, 2018 - The Perfect Wave Travel has announced that Pete Murray’s “Surf Music In Paradise” week in June will come to Kandooma Resort in the Maldives. The program, Surf Music In Paradise will allow guests to get up close and personal with Pete Murray playing all his hits in the Maldives.
 
Sydney based The Perfect Wave will take surf and music enthusiasts on this specially curated tour from June 10-17, 2018. Surf Music in Paradise fuses a love of the ocean, and music, in one unique offering. Days will be spent surfing some of the world’s best breaks in the Maldives, and as the sun sets Australian music legend Pete Murray will perform live and beachside with the crashing waves as percussion.

"The intimate gigs ensure that The Perfect Wave guests enjoy direct interaction with the performers, and a front row experience," said The Perfect Wave Travel. "Pete will perform, two intimate and exclusive gigs as part of the Surf Music in Paradise series, escaping Australia’s winter chills for the tropical warmth of the Maldives in June."

 

 
The unique performances will be held at the picturesque Kandooma Resort in the Maldives, catering for a capped maximum of 80 guests. Surf Kandooma Right and nearby breaks by day, and then kick back at the sunset shows, combining your love of surfing, music and chilling in the tropics. Numbers for all The Perfect Wave Surf Music In Paradise gigs are capped to ensure they are intimate and a real value for money, once in a lifetime experience Guests will be able to meet and greet Pete to receive an autograph and a professional photographic memento with Pete at a rostered time post gig.

Kandooma Resort in The Maldives is an incredible venue with a beautiful right hander straight out the front. Guests can take a dhonni to 6 other nearby breaks.

"If you are all surfed out, or don’t surf at all, there is plenty more to see and do," added The Perfect Wave. "You can go snorkelling, scuba diving, practice some yoga with our qualified teachers, eat world class food while hanging out at one of the many slick poolside bars."
 
To enquire/book the Pete Murray Surf Music In Paradise trip click here

 

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