Maketu Kaimoana Festival – Saturday 16 February 2013
Wednesday 13 February 2013
Maketu Kaimoana Festival – Saturday 16
Tourism Bay of Plenty
would like to invite you to the Maketu Kaimoana Festival
this Saturday, 16 February 2013. (Media passes are available
For over seven centuries the people of
Maketu have enjoyed the abundance of the sea – this
festival celebrates seafood in traditional and contemporary
styles. A wide variety of ‘land food’ will also be
available, as well as a selection of wines from the Hihi
winery in Gisborne.
The festival will include
performances from the Kougar Sistas, Captain Who, Harley
Kruz, the B-Side Band, Raymond Solomon and the Sunrise
Guests can watch the kite surfers, try
their hand at paddle boarding, sit back and enjoy the wide
variety of performances on the field or even experience a
Where: Maketu Sports
When: Midday – 6pm, Saturday 16
Cost: Adults $15, under 18s $10, under 5s
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