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Free lunchtime Matariki Native Noise concert

Auckland City Council
Media release

06 June 2008

Free lunchtime Matariki Native Noise concert

Get along to Aotea Square on 13 June for a free Native Noise lunchtime concert from 11am to 1pm to celebrate Matariki Festival 08.

A fantastic line up of Kiwi musicians will play their relaxed melodies, including Ora Hohaia (rhythm and blues) Bethany Edmunds (soul) and Katz Maihi (acoustic, reggae and roots).

Matariki or Maori new year is a time to celebrate the arts. Thisfree lunchtime concert is proudly brought to you by Auckland City Council and Ngati Whatua o Orakei.

The concert is a taste of what to expect at the Native Noise concert on Friday, 4 July at the Auckland Town Hall, featuring leading musicians like Kora, Katchafire and Tiki Taane.

Visit www.matarikifestival.org.nz or www.nativenoise.co.nzfor more information.


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