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Zionhill - Get Toasted

Zionhill - Get Toasted

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  • Fri 23 Sep ’11, 8:00pm – 1:00am


Digger's Bar, 17b Hood St, Hamilton



Ticket Information:

  • Pre-sales: $15.00
  • General Admission: $20.00

Get Toasted with two of Waikato's finest Roots, Rock, Reggae bands, Zionhill with Ni-n-Jah and the TWK Soundsystem.

It would be unfair (some would even say brazen) to state that in the last five years Zionhill have eclipsed all previous counterparts. Like a conscious force of nature they have stepped over the competition with musical miles to spare, always pushing forward with their effortlessly powerful fusion of rock and reggae, leaving audiences wanting more across Aotearoa. It is only once you have stepped away from the hypnotic flame that is Zionhill's exciting live sound, that one can reflect on the connection that was made. A connection not only between the musicians and their audience, but also between the musicians themselves. A deep-rooted and conscious vibe that has made Zionhill one of the most exciting and forward-thinking bands in the country...

Alongside Zionhill is Ni-n-Jah, a 7 piece band that loves to jam. Play mostly reggae with a bit of rock fusion and trippy stuff thrown in the mix, began our journey early in 2010.

Often referred to as "The Ninjas", hail from Ngaruawahia, Paeroa and Hamilton. The band has a very strong whanau dimension and only one female member (Tish - the Ninjette).

Their track "Pride" has exceeded their expectations by reaching the number one spot on Radio Tainui's top five at five! Aspirations are high as they strive to reach the pinnacle of musical success and become "World famous in New Zealand". With the whanau support and heart we have, anything is possible!

To finish off the line up is the TWK Soundsystem

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