NIGHTWISH: Beer And Stamps Used As Marketing Tools

A special NIGHTWISH "beer" can currently be bought Kitee's (NIGHTWISH's hometown in Eastern Finland) K-Market Kupiainen shop and from Kitee's Kievari restaurant. This lager-type beer is brewed by Pirkanmaan Uusi Panimo (PUP) and it will be sold until the end of 2004. Its label says "A Megabueno Cerveza" and it includes a NIGHTWISH photo. The NIGHTWISH beer will also be sold at Kitee's icehall when NIGHTWISH play their record-release show there on May 22.

In other news, NIGHTWISH and the Finnish official post office will commemorate the release of the band's new album, "Once", with a special collaboration. On May 22, people will be able to purchase a five-euro package containing a NIGHTWISH photo with signatures and a NIGHTWISH envelope and postage (valid only inside Finland). A special postmark will only be available on this day, making the package that much more rare. Non-Finnish fans will also be able to buy this package in advance from NIGHTWISH's official web site for about ten euros.

(Thanks: Timo Isoaho / Sonera Plaza Kaista)


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