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Live at the Islands

When:

Sat 22 Jan 2011, 5:00pm

Where: Urupukapuka Island, Russell, Bay of Islands

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: Ayliss Ripley

Featuring The Topp Twins... A well-loved comic duo whose popularity has spread around the world. Spontaneity is a vital ingredient of the Topp Twins' magic on stage. Audience participation is almost a trademark. Their unique blend of seriously good original country music, a full cast of comedy characters, the finest yodelling you'll hear anywhere, and a gift for making people from all walks of life love them, and has seen the Topp Twins headline many major international festivals and pack out 1,500 theatres. The Topp's popular primetime TV series has won several awards and established their reputation as physical comedians and family entertainers.

Take some stunning island locations, add New Zealand’s top musicians, mix in some great conservation causes, garnish with sun and serve up one amazing Kiwi summer experience… The spectacular Urupukapuka Island, Bay of Islands and Motutapu Island, Auckland are the settings this summer for a series of seven concerts for conservation.

The stellar line up includes this year’s Best Solo Female Artist Tui winner Anika Moa, Nathan Haines and the Dream Band, Minuit, the Jordan Luck Band, Autozamm, Don McGlashan, Kirsten Morrell, State of Mind, The Topp Twins, Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra and many more.

Live at the Islands concerts support local conservation projects such as Project Kiwi Care on Urupukpuka and The Motutapu Restoration Trust at Motutapu.

Whether you bring your own boat or catch a ferry, be sure to get to the concerts early and enjoy the beautiful beaches, historic and archaeological walks, swimming, snorkelling and kayaking, before grabbing refreshments at the fully licensed bar. Then kick back and enjoy the sounds till sunset.

Capacities are strictly limited on both islands so don’t miss out. Book at www.ticketmaster.co.nz or at Paihia Explore NZ Office.