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Ingham's Lazy Sundays


Sun 12 Mar 2017, 3:00pm–4:30pm

Where: Christchurch Botanic Gardens, Rolleston Ave, Christchurch

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free


We are thrilled to announce a special extended session of Ingham's Lazy Sundays with Katie Thompson, Volts and August Fields.

Load up the chilly bin and head to the Botanic Gardens Archery Lawn for the final Ingham's Lazy Sundays concert for 2017!

Katie Thompson has been carving her pathway within the country music scene in New Zealand, although her sound transcends the singer-songwriter format, bleeding into genres as diverse as rock, pop, folk and more.

Emerging Christchurch artists Volts have been making a big impact during their relatively short career. The group comprises of songstress Lorna Hay on vocals, Marc Royal on guitar and the recent addition of David Sutherland on drums. Volts create their own original and enigmatic blend of indie pop rock music.

Power pop rockers August Fields comprise of members from Scotland, South Africa, Canada and New Zealand.

Event information:
A coffee vendor will be on site and the Ilex Café is a short 2-minute walk away.

Parking is available at the Botanic Gardens car parks off Armagh Street and Riccarton Avenue, please note these often run full during peak times.

Mobility parking is available at the Botanic Gardens car parks off Armagh Street and Riccarton Avenue and on Rolleston Avenue by the Museum. There are flat paved paths to the Archery Lawn venue which is a level grass lawn.

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