MORE FM are giving you a chance to win a picnic for you and your family at the free concert with Lucy Lawless and Robyn Malcolm. All you have to do is simply enter below by telling us why you would like to live like a VIP at this event.

More FM - 29 November 2009

You have seen it on TV, read it in the newspapaer and heard about it for month's, now it is your turn to Sign On.

On Saturday 5 December come along to the FREE Planet A march and concert where you can catch some of your favourite New Zealand bands play live, including Midnight Youth, Opshop, Don McGlashen, Kirsten Morrell and Lucy Lawless and Band. Rhys Darby is hosting the event so you can guarantee there will be plenty of laughs in between.

The march kicks off at 1pm at the water fountain in Albert Park; then a short walk up Queen Street to Myers Park, where the concert starts at 2:30pm

MORE FM are giving you a chance to win a picnic for you and your family at the free concert with Lucy Lawless and Robyn Malcolm. All you have to do is simply enter below by telling us why you would like to live like a VIP at this event.

The Planet A march and concert for the climate is the culmination of Greenpeace’s Sign On climate campaign, which launched in May and is designed to encourage the New Zealand Government to do the right thing at the UN climate talks in Copenhagen in December. Specifically, it’s calling for John Key to go to the UN climate talks in Copenhagen, and commit to a 40% by 2020 emissions reduction target (ie- commit to reduce NZ's greenhouse gas emissions by 40% by 2020, which is what climate scientists are saying is necessary if we're to avoid catastrophe).

Text your full name to 874 to Sign On or CLICK HERE for more information

News submitted by Barbara Davies