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Sat 19 Jul 2014, 8:00pm–1:00am

Where: Opotiki RSA, 103/105 St John Street, Opotiki, Bay of Plenty

Restrictions: R18

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Three upcoming artists all with different styles
Tribal Conexionz
Hailing from Opotiki Tribal Conexionz has been performing for over a decade, have featured in regional competitions and on national television.

With a burning desire to spread their message of love and unity, this group of passionate musicians is a reggae band that excels in live performance.

Influenced by the original sound of Jamaican reggae and infused with Aotearoa roots, Tribal Conexionz is a sound to be reckoned with.
They have played alongside New Zealand's reggae heavy-weights including Katchafire, House of Shem, Che Fu, and The Herbs.

Lomez Brown
Lomez brown is an up and coming, independent reggae artist from Auckland, New Zealand. His self-made debut album “Just so Fyne”, released in June 2012 consists of various original tracks that have gained over 500,000 views via YouTube. Recently, his music has been playing on Niu FM and other local NZ radio stations and has also become available on iTunes.

Nikita Tapiki
With her sultry vocals jammin' music from gospel to RnB her versatility resonates and her voice is sure to catch the audience.
young local girl from opotiki moving to australia to further her musical career has earned her spots with the likes of Artists Emily Williams.
Now back in Aotearoa she's ready to show her home town her performance skills.

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