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Shore Sounds Free Summer Concerts schedule

North Shore City media release

Shore Sounds Free Summer Concerts schedule announcement!

February 4, 2007

The North Shore City Council events team are proud to announce a Shore Sounds 2008 Free Summer Concerts schedule that lays waste to those of previous years.

This summer the Shore Sounds crew have secured some of our best national and local acts for 10 fantastic free concerts across our city this summer.

Artists include, Scribe, Greg Johnson, Little Bushman, Che Fu, The Brunettes, SJD, One Million Dollars, Batucada Sound Machine, Cornerstone Roots and a selection of young and upcoming artists recording at Devonport’s The Depot.

The Shore Sounds free summer concert series will kick-off on Saturday, February 16, at Mairangi Beach with a concert by Bubblegum Pop band The Brunettes.

This year’s schedule reflects a new look line-up, featuring well known popular contemporary artists who have broad audience appeal in their respective fields.

North Shore City Council has also moved to improve its events information by imbedding video into the corporate council website, thus providing a more exciting and interactive environment for punters browsing for events information.

A full schedule of artists and corresponding locations can be accessed by visiting either www.northshorecity.govt.nz or www.shoresounds.co.nz.

North Shore City invites all to get along to some of the hottest live shows of summer 2008.

Visit www.shoresounds.co.nz regularly for further support band announcements, venue information and chances to win free promotional packs.

Shore Sounds is bought to you by North Shore City Council along with sponsorship from Lion Foundation and support from BFM and Music Works.

Date Artist Venue Park
FEBRUARY
Sat 16 The Brunettes Mairangi Beach Reserve Confirmed
Sat 23 Che Fu Browns Bay Beach Reserve Confirmed
Sun 24 Greg Johnson Little Shoal Bay, Birkenhead Confirmed
Fri 29 Depot showcase Windsor Reserve, Devonport Confirmed

MARCH
Sat 1 SJD Mairangi Bay Beach Reserve Confirmed
Sat 8 Little Bushman Onepoto Domain, Northcote Confirmed
Sun 9 Scribe Windsor Reserve, Devonport Confirmed
Sat 15 Batucada Sound Machine Takapuna Beach Reserve, Takapuna Confirmed
Sat 29 Cornerstone Roots Centennial Park, Campbells Bay Confirmed
Sun 30 One Million Dollars Fort Takapuna, Narrowneck Beach Confirmed

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