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Tomorrow People & NRG Rising - Fiyah Burning


Sat 12 Mar 2011, 9:00pm–12:00am

Where: Opononi Hotel, 19 SH 12, Opononi, Hokianga, Mid North

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $15.00
  • Door sales: $20.00
  • Eventfinda tickets no longer on sale

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Listed by: Avina Kelekolio

Fiyah Burning - NRG Rising & Tomorrow People @ Opononi Hotel

Double headliner for the Reggae Masses - Live & Direct

Tomorrow People
Playing a night of original reggae, and selected covers from Hawaii & abroad

Wellington, New Zealand eight-piece Tomorrow People are purveyors of what they describe as ‘sunshine reggae’. Focused on providing a mid-tempo sound that, while clearly reggae-centric, adds touches of dancehall ragga to its colour. It is a sound built around strong vocals, soothing harmonies, catchy hooks, aggressive ragga raps, and feel good riddims (rhythms).

Together, the 8-piece band of mixed descent (Maori/Pacific Island) have decades of experience in the music industry, citing previous careers in hip-hop, R&B, gospel,funk and soul.

2011 sees the band record their debut album and hit the road to play shows nationwide.Tomorrow People gather their musical influence from Jamaican and Hawaiian artists alike. Combined with their roots in NZ music, they bring a sound that is clean, laid-back and easy on the eardrums.

NRG Rising

The world's first mother and daughers trio to front fun, fresh and conscious reggae with their soulful vocals and soothing harmonies!

Their unique fresh female sound and harmonies filling a niche market, women in reggae in New Zealand, and their onstage, upbeat, fun and friendly onstage persona is sure to leave you feeling uplifted, and considering the many possibilities in life. Many, just like you are now following this band’s journey with anticipation and excitement. All evidence points to only one direction for this fresh exciting fun boost of energy to the New Zealand music scene and it is only time now before this band will be heading off shores to share a piece of New Zealand female fronted reggae with the world. As their tag name NRG New Reggae Generation alludes to, this is a new wave, a new way and a new day.