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Christine White, Punga, Stan Malcolm this Saturday


Christine White, Punga, Stan Malcolm - this Saturday

Hi there

Its time to get your ticket for Punga, www.pungamusic.co.nz, Christine White and Stan Malcolm this Saturday July 26 at 8pm

$20 / Guaranteed Seat / Smoke-free / tickets limited to 40

Payment can be made by credit card, cheque, eftpos, cash (tickets are also available from Punga, ph 278 2254)

A Christine White concert is at once energetic, intimate, hilarious and thought-provoking...an unforgettable experience....be a part of it. "...cut from the same cloth as any of Neil Finn's best..." NZ Musician

"......... Punga is also a unique singer/songwriter/performer from Aotearoa, whose seamless and stunning performance and delivery is as ear-catching and soul-filling as the Punga tree is to behold - in it's own breathtaking beauty." LW

"Stan Malcolm is a singer-songwriter with an old school R'n B voice...Aotearoa soul and pretty damn nice." * Graham Reid, NZ Herald


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