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2014: Trinityroots, SJD, Joseph & Maia, Laughton Kora

MUSIC AT MATUA, 2014
FEATURING: TRINITYROOTS, SJD,
JOSEPH & MAIA, LAUGHTON KORA


Matua Wines, Kiwi FM & Phoenix Drinks are proud to announce that Music at Matua will return this summer on Saturday 8th February, 2014 with a lineup that includes: TRINITYROOTS, SJD, JOSEPH & MAIA, LAUGHTON KORA.

A reflection of Matua Wines’ iconic trailblazing spirit and rich Kiwi heritage; the concert blends a critically acclaimed line-up of bands, with the best wine New Zealand has to offer.

Music at Matua will see a highly anticipated appearance by headliners, TrinityRoots who bring with them unreleased material from their forthcoming album to perform at their only Auckland Summer 2014 show.

The day will also include a set from this year’s Taite Music Prize winner, SJD (full band performance); while up-and-coming folk-pop duo, Joseph & Maia will be warming up the stage. Capping off the lineup will be former Kora frontman, Laughton Kora who will deliver a not-to-be-missed solo performance.

For more info on bands, click here.

Set in the picturesque surrounds of the Matua Vineyard – just 30 minutes west of Auckland City, Music at Matua is the perfect summer celebration.

EVENT INFO:

Following last year’s hugely successful effort, Sustainable Coastlines will be kicking off the day and running a clean-up of Muriwai Beach on the morning of the event. Cleanup info will be released closer to the event at sustainablecoastlines.org.

Free parking will be available at Matua on the day. For those travelling from the city, event buses will be leaving from the Tournament Carpark located at 34 Sale St, Auckland (opposite Sale St bar) with parking available (Tournament parking rates apply) should they need it. The first bus will be leaving at 12pm and returning to the same location from the venue at 7:30pm.

Children under 13 years of age are free when pre-registered via their legal guardians’ tickets. All children must be accompanied by a legal guardian.

A range of vendors will be selling food on the day however; attendees are welcome to bring a picnic. Please note liquids are prohibited from being brought into the venue. A selection of drinks will be available for purchase on the day.

To celebrate the concert, a free music download featuring songs from the Music at Matua artists will be available from SoundCloud here.

Tickets $45 on sale now via Ticketek.

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MUSIC AT MATUA:
Saturday 8th February, 2014
Matua Wines, 307 Waikoukou Valley Rd, Waimauku, Auckland
Gates open 1pm. Live acts from 2pm - 6pm.

For event and bus tickets and more information, head to Ticketek.co.nz

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