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Songwriters Cafe-Aotea Centre-Sun June 1

Songwriters Cafe-Aotea Centre-Sun June 1

Come along to this great FREE event this coming Sunday June 1st midday to 5pm at Alberts Restaurant, Aotea Centre.

Great for those of you who have children and want to bring them along, are under 18, or just like to experience some great NZ music in a non-bar, smokefree environment.

Songwriters Cafe as a part of the Celebration of Performing Arts Festival Sunday June 1st Alberts Restaurant Aotea Centre

FREE

MC Chelle Midday
Graham Brazier (Hello Sailor) 12.30pm
Ana Strong 1pm
Mahinarangi Tocker 1.30pm
Two Spirit 2pm
Victoria Girling-Butcher (Lucid 3) 2.30pm
Charlotte Johansen 3pm
Punga 3.30pm
Karen Hunter 4pm
Christine White 4.30pm
Claire Holmes

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