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Soul Sessions along The Promenade

Soul Sessions along The Promenade Music and Food for the Soul

The heat is on this month along The Promenade …check out smooth lounge beats, Brazilian percussion or a finger snapping Bossa- Nova groove!

Melt into the relaxed surroundings of The Promenade, Mission Bay restaurants all this July while enjoying soulful tunes of some of Auckland’s finest musicians.

Reserve your front row table now!

Bar Comida ph 521 7000- Monday evening 4th & 11th July ( 7-10pm) Kip Tipuna offering up Monday night excitement -his influences range from acoustic jazz, Latin and country.

Mecca ph 528 0017- Tuesday evening 5th & 12th July (7- 10pm) Catch the charismatic Maximiliano with his mix of Brazilian beats .Packed with smooth lounge dance beats, blended with Brazilian percussion and flavored with infectious guitar hooks.

Ristorante Andrea ph 528 53978- Wednesday evening 6th & 13th July (7- 10pm) Check out this midweek thrill session with Ernie Semu. An acknowledged name in the NZ music scene with a range of eclectic beats.

Capri ph 521 1898- Thursday evening 7th &14th July (7-10pm) Enjoy the sultry sounds of Sasha and his Flamenco guitar. Astounding South American sounds from one of our most admired soloists.

De Fontein ph 578 3327-Sunday afternoon 10th &17th July (3-6pm) Soul Sessions with Chris Melville Duo or Devine A regular Sunday spot filled by the Chris Melville Duo, delivering a blend of light pop, acoustic guitar and vocals or listen to the soulful tunes of Devine every alternate Sunday

Riva Café ph 528 8566- Sunday afternoon 10th & 17th July (2-5pm) Lazy Sunday afternoons with The Bel Bossa Duo, the best of Brazilian Bossa Nova! An individual style, combining jazz with the sophistication of the finger snapping Bossa- Nova groove. . Reef Bar ph 521 9006- Sunday evening 10th & 17th July (6-9pm) Spice up your Sunday evenings with smooth Latin grooves. Internationally acclaimed Patrick Dwyer has teamed up with the much-admired percussionist, Mariano Mazzeo to provide dynamic Latin rhythmic grooves.

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