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TFM 2014 - The Music Tour


Sun 6 Apr 2014, 1:00pm–8:30pm

Where: Titirangi War Memorial Hall, 500 South Titirangi Rd, Titirangi, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $47.50 ($45.00 + $2.50 fees)
  • Children's Pass 12 and Under : $22.50 ($20.00 + $2.50 fees)
  • Concession Ticket : $32.50 ($30.00 + $2.50 fees)
  • Eventfinda tickets no longer on sale

Listed by: tfmfestdir

The Music Tour ticket gives you access to all the shows occurring on the 6th April. Book now and save!

March to Freedom - Heaven Bent Choir showcase a special design concert experience of sounds created during the American Civil Right era. Choir Director Phil May.

Soundspaces - Tim has produced work for films such as 'The Emperor' (2012) 'Boy' (2009) and The Orator (2011), his work occupies an area between the overt 'score' and the 'real' sound world of film using ambiences and sound effects to create emotional responses. Here he presents a special audio-visual event and includes the premiere of the Birdsong preludes, a suite of compositions seeded from manipulated field recordings of native bird species. Brought to you in partnership with Lopdell House Gallery.

World Famous In Titirangi - Mrs D And The New Frontier' - Rachel Derham stunned concert-goers as she returned to the stage last year, with her pitch perfect voice, soulful delivery and choice of classy material it was an unforgettable concert and great reminder of the world class talent we have nestled in the hills of Waitakere - make sure you catch this!

Russell Walder - Master improviser and one of the world's leading contemporary oboists, Russell has performed at many of the great concert chambers of the world- Carnegie Hall and the Royal Albert Hall to name but two. He is a multi-platinum selling artist and Grammy nominee. This will be an outstanding way to close the festival.

Titirangi Festival 2014 April 4th to 6th
A stellar line up of musicians will participate in this year’s Titirangi Festival of Music. The festival is a musical event that showcases local musicians and engages the community in hands-on way with music.

The festival starts with free music from 6 to 8pm around the village. From the techno-latin of Chico con tumbao to the soul sounds of ‘Sweet As’ there will be a great selection of local talent on display. The night then moves into a ticketed café concerts with many choices on the menu, such as the jazz stylings of Spiral the blues roots grit of Storehouse and the Nukes to a concert by much-loved Jazzers Nairobi Trio in the RSA. It’s bound to be a great night!

The cornerstone event of the festival is the ever popular and free Village Day (from 10.30 am on Saturday April 5th). Expect loads of family-friendly activities on this day with performances all day featuring such acts as local roots band dDub and street music AK Samba.

There will also be face painting, colouring competitions, buskers and street performers all set to a brilliant musical backdrop. The whole village will be pumping out the great coffee and food specials all day with free music in and around the café’s.

Meanwhile a workshop programme will be giving local families a chance to learn Samba and African style drumming, and Ukulele.
Village day will be a great day for the family and anyone who wants to experience some of the best music west-auckland has to offer, and perhaps even have a go at beginning to learn an instrument.

This year the Titirangi Memorial hall becomes the ‘Festival Ballroom’ and will host a concert series featuring Sola Rosa on Saturday night and the ‘Music Tour all day Sunday.

These will both be great nights of music and tickets will be extremely limited.

Tickets for all concerts are available through the Titirangi Pharmacy, Titirangi RSA or online through Eventfinda.

Put it in your calendar now Titirangi Festival of Music Friday 4th, Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th. Check for updates and information at

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