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Music in Parks: Local Sounds


Mon 28 Jan 2019, 1:00pm–4:00pm

Where: Jellicoe Park, 131 Trafalgar St, Onehunga, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: Auckland Council

Join us to celebrate the International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019. We’ve hand-picked a collection of top te reo artists from across the genres to rejoice in our beautiful native language.

Riqi Harawira the Musician is Māori fusion at its best - te reo Māori, English reggae and high-energy rock music - with strong messages about breaking the chains of depression and addiction.

Grove Roots are a collective, a culture, a jam session, a waka for our reo and kaupapa Māori. Their 2018 album Waka included reggae, hip hop, RnB and soul, funk and acoustic beats.

Joined by Sianne Dougherty.

Genre: Rock, Reggae, Roots, Soul, World, Pop.

Accessibility: Very limited event mobility parking, but there is a drop-off point at event entry. Accessible toilets available.

Thanks to our supporting partner MediaWorks New Zealand.

Auckland Council supports zero waste. Avoid polystyrene and plastic (wrap and bags) when bringing food on site. Consider re-useable or recyclable packaging. All Auckland Council sports fields, parks and reserves are smoke-free areas.

Music in Parks 2018: 24 free outdoor gigs over summer in Auckland.
See the website for full details.

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