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City of Song Music Festival

City of Song Music Festival

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When:

  • Fri 8 Feb ’19, 6:00pm – 10:00pm
  • Sat 9 Feb ’19, 3:00pm – 10:00pm
  • Sun 10 Feb ’19, 3:00pm – 8:00pm

Where:

Harcourt Park, Akatarawa Rd, Brown Owl, Upper Hutt

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

Gold coin entry event all welcome Friday represents the best of Wellingtons Youth bands, featuring "Merrin" (Support band for Jimmy Barnes) "Lucifer Gunne", "Right Seater", "Pale Lady", "Daisy Vandell", "No Sleep After Midnight (acoustic set)", "Haylee Hailwood and Daniel", "Dani King".

Whilst Saturday features the top classic Rock bands in the Wellington area such as "Blue River Lady Band", "Matthew Dower" "iO", "Bush Faced Munkeyz", "Georgie Sullivan & the Geriatrics", "The Mullets", Feet with Heat", The Southons", "Larry Taylor" and back from Australia "Marty Bryant" with head band " Money For Old Rope winding up the evening.

Sunday brings you blues and jazz featuring "Raven Maven", "New Valley Stompers", Sonny Southon", Stefan Brown"," Wilson Murdoch", "Vince Cabrera", "Tim Thorpe and Tevita", "John Sutherland"," Vince Tipuna".

More details and updates at www.cityofsong.com.

Bring your own refreshments or enjoy some great food from the food vendors on site. Apart from that bring a rug and a great attitude and if you can spare a gold coin for the Te Omanga Hospice, that would be awesome. There will be fun entertainment prior to the concert start on Saturday.

Dancing, Characters from "Frozen" to delight the kids. Remember the paddling pool and play area is combined in the park just a 2 minute walk from the stage. Bring sunblock, warm clothing, possible umbrella and a rug. Check the Facebook page and the website for updates.

See you there!

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