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Lunchtime Concert: Bryce Wastney

Ticket Information

  • General Admission: $15.00 ea
  • General Admission (online): $14.50 ea
  • Season Pass (10 concerts): $100.00 ea
  • Additional fees may apply
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All Ages

Enjoy the music of Nelson born singer/songwriter Bryce Wastney. Inspired by the acoustic music of Cat Stevens, Neil Finn, and Travis, Bryce’s music naturally traverses the folk, country, rock and pop genres – always soulful whatever the genre.

His songs are skillfully performed with both piano and acoustic guitar. Naturally framed with entertaining stage banter and stories.

Bryce is working on his 5th album and will be showcasing his newest setlist including some of his well-known classics. Expect a world-class concert in a beautiful venue.

This concert is not to be missed!

NCMA’s Lunchtime Concert Series is proudly sponsored by Nelson Pine Industries.

A merchant fee may be charged on credit card transactions.

Book online and save. Season Tickets also available.

Cash and Eftpos available for door sales at Nelson Centre of Musical Arts from 10 am – 4 pm, Monday to Friday.

Please contact Nelson Centre of Musical Arts if you require wheelchair seating on 03 548 9477 or music@ncma.nz.

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