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Ticket Information

  • Adult General Admission: $33.00 each
  • Concession (School Child/Gold Card/Beneficiary): $18.00 each
  • Group - Family Pass (2 Adult plus any 3 concession): $102.00 each
  • Additional fees may apply

Dates

  • Sat 15 Feb 2020, 7:30pm–10:00pm

Restrictions

All Ages

Listed by

Yellow Eye

Harmonic Resonators and The Nukes together for the first time.

This coming February 2020 sees the coming together of two classic kiwi groups. Ukulele trio ‘The Nukes’ have a very original approach, amazing audiences with the rich sounds they are able to achieve with the humble little ukulele. With over 10 years together and 3 albums worth of quality song-writing, they’ve developed a show which is always entertaining and surprising. Sometimes even involving students from local schools, or even members of an unsuspecting audience.

The Harmonic Resonators have achieved local internet stardom through their old-school, jam-session style videos of classic NZ singalong tunes, waiata Maori, and heartfelt originals. With lush harmonies, soaring yodels, and beaming personalities, they put on a show enjoyed by young and old alike. Laugh, sing, dance, clap, and resonate with your new favourite band.

Both groups are in demand, performing at Festivals around the country. Tapping into the heartland of kiwi-culture a concert combining these two groups promises to have audiences singing-along, laughing out loud and tapping their toes. This will be great family entertainment, so gather the whanau and get along to one of their combined concerts.

Tickets from the Centrestage Theatre in Orewa in person between 10am and 2pm or online at link below... We have concessions for school children, gold card holders and beneficiaries as well as a group/family pass.

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