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24 Hours to go...until Stan Walker touches down in the bay

24 Hours to Go...

…until Stan Walker touches down in the bay to perform LIVE right here at the Hawke’s Bay Opera House! This will be a sell-out show. Don’t miss your chance to see Stan Walker here in Hastings!

And that’s just the start of a month full of exciting entertainment that promises something for everyone!

We have the smooth soul sounds of Bella Kalolo and her Band here on Thursday 3rd October (tickets only $18* each for groups of 6+).

Bombshells - Saturday 6th October promises to be a treat as Ali Harper takes the audience on a journey through six shades of the modern female in the savvy, sexy one-woman play
(tickets only $32* each for groups of 10+).

ELVIS will be in our building! Sunday 6th October. Put on your blue swede shoes and rock your way to the Hawke's Bay Opera House  for a night to remember!

On Saturday 19th October, The HB Dance Competition hosted by Atomic Events Centre is back showcasing our regions finest Hip Hop dance talent.

World renown guitarist and old time favourite Hank Marvin and Gypsy Jazz  will grace our stage on Sunday 20th October!

Lastly, on Wednesday 23rd October we have the talented pupils from Havelock North High School performing their own original songs as part of The Sleeping Giant Showcase
(no ticket sales - entry is by Koha). - How cool is that!

www.hawkesbayoperahouse.co.nz

*service fees apply

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