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Acoustic Concert With Bryce Wastney & Ryan Beehre


Sat 15 Oct 2016, 7:30pm–9:00pm

Where: Nelson Christ Church Cathedral, Trafalgar Square, Nelson, Nelson / Tasman

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Waged: $10.00
  • Non Waged: $5.00
  • Additional fees may apply


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Listed by: Bryce Wastney

NZ Mental Health Awareness Week concert.

Press Release:
Local singer/songwriter Bryce Wastney is performing an acoustic concert with his musical producer Ryan Beehre (from the band Minuit) in the Nelson Cathedral to celebrate NZ Mental Awareness week.

The term “Mental Health” is often attached with a misunderstood & often negative stigma. On the night Bryce will help bust a few myths around “Mental health” and share insights about coping and keeping well when the going gets tough. Bryce has a top reputation as an engaging storyteller & gifted songwriter who will share his own personal experiences including his newest batch of songs, with Ryan as an acoustic guitar duo. Funds raised on the night will go towards local Mental Health organizations, which will have representatives’ there on the night to answer questions and provide useful information to the public.

The evening came about from a conversation Bryce had with a woman after a recent concert he performed in Christchurch. “This lady shared her touching story with me after the show about how she lost her son to suicide and she had written some lyrics and asked me to put some music to it, which I recorded in the Cathedral on the Grand Piano.” Says Bryce

Robyn has since made a short video clip to accompany the song, which will be played on a large screen as part of the concert. Bryce says “It is very powerful and shows the real effects that a tragedy like this has on a family & a community. Robyn will be there to present a short speech about how she coped and managed her own mental health during this troubled time, which will be both moving & insightful.”

Bryce will play some songs on the grand piano as part of the concert and says, “The acoustics in the Cathedral are amazing and this is a dream come true. I often go there to write my songs and I know this evening will be empowering, educational and inspirational.”

All ages, all welcome!
Contact: All media enquires call Bryce on 027 446 5047 or email -