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Enjoy smooth jazz in Devonport

17 March 2014

Enjoy smooth jazz in Devonport

Enjoy the last Music in Parks concert for 2014 with The June Hayes Experience supported by Trudy Lile on Saturday 22 March at the Devonport Band Rotunda.

After establishing herself on the New Zealand entertainment scene as a jazz and big band vocalist in the early 1990's Hayes continues to delight audiences with her powerfully penned lyrics, smooth performance style and extensive repertoire of classic jazz and contemporary pops.

Auckland councillor Alf Filipaina says this is a great opportunity to enjoy a variety of music in some of Auckland’s fantastic parks.

“Grab your picnic blanket, sunscreen, friends and family and check out the awesome local talent playing, for free, in your local park this summer. There is something for everyone to enjoy.”

Music in Parks - your free summer music programme, featuring 31 events in parks across Auckland from January – March 2014.

The June Hayes Experience supported by Trudy Lile
Saturday 22 March
3pm - 5pm
Devonport Band Rotunda

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