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Kotahitangata (One People) Concert For Earthquake Appeal


For Immediate Release: Feb 23, 2011

Kotahitangata (One People) Concert For The New Zealand Red Cross 2011 Earthquake Appeal

In the wake of Christchurch¹s most recent and devastating earthquake, Heaps of People present the ³Kotahitangata (One People)² concert for the ³New Zealand Red Cross 2011 Earthquake Appeal², happening this Sunday 27 February, 5pm at Sale St.

100% of all proceeds will go to Red Cross New Zealand to aid their ongoing
efforts to support those affected by the quake. The stellar line-up includes: Sola Rosa (live), King Kapisi, Homebrew, LA Mitchell, Anna Coddington, Coast, The Midnights, LatinAotearoa (Bobby Brazuka, Jennifer Zea & Isaac Aesili), Recloose, The Turnaround (Manuel Bundy, Cian, Submariner) & special guests.

No cost was incurred in the creation of the event with the complete line-up performing free of charge.

Likewise, Loop, Finest Ego, Sale St, Wavefront Audio, Eventfinder, Kiwi FM, George FM, Base FM, Radio Ponsonby, Conch, Rise Graphics, PA Sound, The Production Company, Robert Barclay Limited, have all generously donated their services towards the event.

Doors open at 5pm and there will be a variety of auctions running during the day to also raise money for the cause. Tickets are $25 from Eventfinder and gig-goers are also required to give a donation of their choice on arrival ¬ anything from $1 to $1000 - it is all greatly appreciated.

More info and ticket links are available from: http://www.loop.co.nz

Our hearts go out to the city of Christchurch. Be Strong.

KOTAHITANGATA (ONE PEOPLE) SUN 27 FEBRUARY, 5PM UNTIL CLOSE, SALE ST, 7 SALE ST, FREEMANS BAY AUCKLAND

Tickets are $25 from Eventfinder, donation at the door required.

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