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Recloose at Te Awa Winery

Recloose at Te Awa Winery

- Easter Sunday (April 16th) 3pm
- Te Awa Farm Winery, Hawkes Bay
- Main act is Wellington based Recloose with his full live band
- Support from Lotus + full band from Christchurch, as well as Phelps and Munro from Auckland
- 5 hours of live entertainment
- Supported by Huffer Clothing, Te Awa Winery, and Loop Recordings
- Target is for 550 people
- $40 ($35 with student ID) pre sale tickets from Ticketek, Te Awa Winery, Native Soup, MUSA and MIA design store
- $45 limited door sales

Fresh back from his European tour playing at famous venues such as The Jazz Cafe and Fabric, Wellington based (ex Detroit USA) Recloose will be performing live for Hawke's Bay with his all star band featuring artists from bands such as The Open Souls and Rhombus.

Recloose is well known for his rich musical background, collaborating with acclaimed producer Carl Craig, and producing for record labels such as Peacefrog, Compost, and Studio! K7. His latest Album ‘Hiatus on the Horizon’ (released on LOOP records) is a mix of jazz, funk and electronica with a distinct feel-good vibe. Singles such as ‘Dust feat. Joe Dukie’ and ‘Mana’s Bounce’ have caused a huge stir internationally and here at home. Being described as “multi-faceted eclecticism which perfectly encapsulates the musical melting pot of New Zealand” – Clash Magazine.

Recloose and his band now bring their acclaimed live experience to the Hawke’s Bay, at the picturesque Te Awa Farm Winery.

This main act will be supported by two prior performances from Christchurch based downbeat/reggae band ‘Lotus’ and Auckland MPC producer Phelps and Munro, as well as an eclectic mix to kick things off from Napier DJ – Brother Charlie. All up a solid five hours of the highest quality live entertainment, from 3pm Easter Sunday.

Tickets from Ticketek:

$35 student pre sales
$40 pre sales
$45 door

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