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Sam Hunt


Sat 12 Apr 2014, 4:30pm–7:00pm

Where: Hallertau Brewbar and Restaurant, 1171 Coatesville Riverhead Highway, Riverhead, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $27.50 ($25.00 + $2.50 fees)
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Sam Hunt
Live in a very special appearance at Hallertau
Saturday, April 12, 4.30pm
with special guest blues guitarist Tom Rodwell at 5pm
Sam Hunt at 6pm

Tickets $25 (+ booking fee), available through or from Hallertau.

Pre-eminent New Zealand Poet (not to mention kiwi icon and household name), Sam Hunt, has been writing for most of his life and has toured extensively throughout New Zealand and beyond for over 40 years.

In a renewed burst of activity over recent few years, Sam has published a new collection of poems, ‘Doubtless’ and the semi-autobiographical ‘Backroads’ – charting a poet’s life. He has collaborated with NZ indie icon, singer/guitarist David Kilgour, as well as with the NZSO, and was made a Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit in 2010.

He has again been touring, having performed some of his ‘songs for the tone deaf’ in a cross-generational exchange with acclaimed hip hop/punk poet Tourettes (aka Dominic Hoey) in a much-talked-about performance recently at Auckland’s Golden Dawn, and also appeared in February at the legendary Splore Festival 2014, in Tapapakanga Regional Park.

With support at on April 12, from acclaimed blues and calypso guitarist and singer Tom Rodwell (called ‘Sheffield’s answer to Lightnin’ Hopkins’ by the NMW, no less!), this Autumnal, early evening bill promises to be a unique and memorable event, at one of the most memorable of venues in Hallertau Brewery and Restaurant in Riverhead.

Tickets are extremely limited for the event so secure yours now from or from Hallertau.

The Big Beyond

What’s that country through the Pass –
the Big Beyond – what’s it like?

no one we know made it back,
no one, not once, to tell us.

Here, heresy & hearsay,
passed on by the dead strangers.

For me, I’ve my own ideas:
one, to ride the Pass someday.

Sam Hunt

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