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Tomorrow People, Sammy J & Three Houses Down

When:

Wed 28 Dec 2016, 7:00pm–11:30pm

Where: Opononi Hotel, 19 SH 12, Opononi, Hokianga, Mid North

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • http://ticketspace.co.nz: $39.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: nicole363

One of the southern hemisphere’s most vibrant festivals, One Love, is just around the corner. And to help count down the weeks, three of the biggest names in Kiwi reggae are getting the party started with two special concerts.

The Road to One Love features singing sensation Sammy J, Wellington’s favourite sunshine reggae act Tomorrow People and Auckland’s much-loved family band Three Houses Down, with a guest appearance from NZ’s youngest reggae superstar, 10-year-old General Fiyah.

Presented by: Pato Entertainment and Flava.

The concerts mark the start of a jam-packed and exciting summer of music for Sammy J, Tomorrow People and Three Houses Down and will give fans a taste of the magic that’s to come at the One Love Festival 2017 where all three acts are playing.

The internationally renowned festival will be held on Saturday, February 4 and February 5, 2017 in Tauranga Domain.

The line-up includes some of the most recognised reggae acts in the world, including Tarrus Riley, Kolohe Kai, Fiji, Rebel Souljahz, Steel Pulse and Big Mountain, alongside Kiwi favourites like headliners Six60, Aaradhna, Katchafire and Sons of Zion. Tickets from www.onelovefestival.co.nz

Sammy Johnson (AKA Sammy J) exploded onto the Pacific/Californian Reggae/Roots/Soul scene in 2013 with his hit collaboration ‘Give Me All’ with iconic Hawaiian reggae star, Fiji. After conquering Kiwi hearts with his soothing reggae beats and soulful vocals, he’s been taking on the US playing sell-out shows.

Tomorrow People have grown from a studio project to become one of the country’s most loved acts. With a sound and vibe best described as sunshine reggae with an island breeze twist, the seven-piece have two critically acclaimed full-length albums to their name - 2012’s One and 2016’s Bass and Bassinets. The band plays in festivals all over the world and with a large and loyal fan base, they’re undoubtedly one of the hottest local acts around.

Three Houses Down were formed in 2004 by brothers Rob, Sione and Charlie Pome and are now one of New Zealand’s most respected reggae bands. They’ve forged a path across the globe with their infectious tunes and are currently riding high with their new smash track, Love and Affection, featuring Rob’s 10-year-old son, up-and-coming reggae superstar, General Fiyah.