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Heineken presents HEINEKEN SUNDOWNERS at The Tasting Shed

Heineken presents HEINEKEN SUNDOWNERS at The Tasting Shed

Heineken is excited to present the ‘Heineken Sundowners’ – a weekly gig taking place every Sunday, 4pm – 7pm at The Tasting Shed.

Celebrate the joys of summer as the sun goes down – relaxing on the grass, sipping a cold Heineken, and listening to summer beats care of George FM DJs. From chilled summer vibes care of Isaac Aesili, to the freshest tunes from Dean Campbell, there aren’t many better ways to while away a Sunday afternoon!

And it’s not just beers and beats on offer. The Tasting Shed will be serving up a mouth-watering BBQ with sausages made from a traditional Serbian recipe, pulled pork, or a vegetarian option all with flatbreads and slaw. All menus have been curated by the Tasting Shed’s owner, Ganesh Raj, who has won ‘Restaurant Personality of the Year’ for the past two years, so you know you’ll be in good hands!

Courtesy transport is provided to and from ‘Heineken Sundowners’, departing from outside George FM on Ponsonby Road at 3:30pm every Sunday, and heading back from The Tasting Shed at 7:30pm.

Life is short so make the most of this glorious summer!

Heineken Sundowners
Sunday 16 MarchBen Walker
Sunday 23 MarchIsaac Aesili
Sunday 30 MarchDean Campbell
Sunday 6 AprilSamE
Sunday 13 AprilDean Campbell
Sunday 20 April (Easter Sunday)Ben Walker
Sunday 27 AprilSamE

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