When summer arrives in the South West, the population is in turmoil. These are the fairs and village festivals ahead. The most famous being of course the Christmas Bayonne, Mont de Marsan, Dax, Orthez, Vic Fezensac ...
Real meeting places and fun for Festayre (name for the party animals), these festivals are an opportunity to meet friends for fun and have a good time with good music.
On this occasion, Agorila, the record company leading music festivals, released their iPhone application "Paquito".
What is it?
Everyone knows the title "Paquito Chocolatero." Who has ever heard? Who has ever seen or done at least once at a party or festive reception? To the rhythm of the song, sit on the floor and swing their arms above their heads.
The application allows:
Play-rhythm to the sound of Paquito using the accelerometer of the iPhone
-Download the song "Paquito Chocolatero" with a button leading to Itunes
-Participate in the contest "Paquito most crazy" and vote for their favorite of Paquito
It's fun, fun, fun, cool. In summary, it does!
But that does not stop there. This application is coupled with a contest (which runs from 27/07 to 23/10) at the following address: www.paquito-agorila.com
The contest "The most crazy Paquito" What is it?
It's simple. Participants will be filmed doing the Paquito. The goal is to make the most Paquito that is crazy. Lots will be at stake for the 50 best videos.
Once the videos made, they will post them on YouTube and give the URL of their video for more on the web address of the contest www.paquito- agorila.com. People will have access to the list of videos in competition and can vote for this web page and since the application for their favorite.
The prices of the contest will be awarded based on the number of votes obtained qu'auront videos posted by the participants:
-1st prize: a touch Pad
-2nd prize: 2 tickets for a rugby match of the Six Nations tournament in Paris in 2012
-3rd prize: 2 tickets for a rugby match in the Top 14 of Bayonne or Biarritz Olympique in the season 2011/2012
-4th to 50th prize: a scarf