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Fri 14 Mar 2014, 7:30pm–10:00pm

Where: Katikati Bowling Club, Park Rd, Katikati, Bay of Plenty

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adults $20: $20.00
  • School children free: $0.00 ($0.00)
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: camellia


Take five dedicated singers of traditional British folk song, throw in hatfuls of well-loved songs that have stood the test of time and mix it up with bagfuls of energy and a new take on old favourites and what do you have? Supersheep, the supergroup of five tender lambs for lovers of British trad folk!

Comprising Beverley Young, Clare Senior, Jean Reid, Terry Free and Ian Bartlett, the group began performing together in 2009. All have been singing trad folk for as long as they have been involved in folk music, and all have achieved renown under their own names and with other top groups.

Now they have joined forces to keep the old traditions alive in changing times… and have a lot of fun with it. And when Supersheep has fun, so does their audience!
This will be the first visit of Supersheep to Katikati since their great 2010 concert - don’t miss them!

Support Act: Phil and TIlley

Phil and Tilley started writing music together in the autumn of 2012. They were surrounded by the New Forest, an ancient woodland situated on the southern coast of England, an inspiration for these lifelong friends.

Phil and Tilley play a blend of acoustic/folk music, with influences from artists such as Xavier Rudd, Ben Harper, John Martyn and Ben Howard. They incorporate their own ideas, using a slide guitar, the more traditional acoustic guitar and an unusual, fold-up-for-travel, upright bass, to create a sound that is uniquely their own.

Currently based in Queenstown, a yearning for travel and playing music has seen them play in France, Belgium and South East Asia, but their story continues to take them wherever the music allows them to go.