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North Shore Summer Music Series 2003


North Shore Summer Music Series 2003

12 SUMMER CONCERTS in NORTH SHORE PARKS Saturday 11th January to Saturday 1st March


Welcome to the 2nd annual North Shore Summer Music Series proudly sponsored by North Shore City Council, Lion Foundation and Ministry of Culture and Heritage. Join us and treat yourself this summer to a lifestyle of music and ambience with some Of New Zealand’s finest artists and North Shore City’s favourite outdoor locations.


Concert 1 - 11th JANUARY, Saturday, 1 - 5 pm - Onewa Domain, Northcote Hip - Hop Day featuring D2S, Fast Crew, DJ Logikal and other acts to be confirmed

Concert 2 - 11th JANUARY, Saturday, 4 - 7 pm - Mt Cambria Reserve, Devonport Easy listening Jazz featuring Naomi, Thomas and Max Stowers

Concert 3 - 12th JANUARY Sunday, 12 - 3 pm - Waiake Reserve, East Coast Bays Easy listening Pop featuring Mana, The Mermaids

Concert 4 - 25th JANUARY, Saturday, 2 - 5 pm - Browns Bay Beach, Browns Bay Easy listening Rock featuring Dave Ngawhika, The Larry Morris Band

Concert 5 - 26th JANUARY, Sunday, 3 - 7 pm - Milford Reserve, Milford Cabaret featuring Alexandria Walker, Richard Gannoway, Brett Wallace, Richard Eriwata

Concert 6 - 2nd FEBRUARY, Sunday, 4 - 7 pm - Windsor Reserve, Devonport Easy listening R&B featuring The Oti Brothers, Betty-Anne & Friends

Concert 7 - 6th FEBRUARY, Thursday, 1 - 5.30 pm - Hinemoa Park, Birkenhead Waitangi Day Concert, A Day of NZ Music featuring Jeremy Elwood, P.Sparx, Lavina Williams, Stoods, Spinner, Johnny Marshall

Concert 8 - 9th FEBRUARY, Sunday, 3 - 7 pm - Collins Park, Greenhithe Easy Listening Rock featuring Mavriq & The Slacks

Concert 9 - 15th FEBRUARY, Saturday, 2 - 5 pm - Onepoto Domain, Northcote Showbands featuring The Jews Brothers, Daddy Marmalade

Concert 10 - 16th FEBRUARY, Sunday, 4 - 7 pm - Killarney Park, Takapuna Lakeside Jazz featuring Cathy & Pale, Continuum

Concert 11 - 22nd FEBRUARY, Saturday, 1 - 5 pm - Marlborough Park, Glenfield Youth Rock featuring Savant, Stylus, Fluid, Bolbox Rex, Ubiquitous, Sushi, Down2one

Concert 12 - 1st March, Saturday, 11 - 6 pm - Kell Park, Albany Village Albany Jazz featuring The Devine Trio, Guitarra Rumba, Mandorla, The Chris Mason-Battley Quartet

This is a series to experience, to enjoy, to see!

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