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Maisy Start-Walter announces first concert

Maisy Start-Walter announces first concert

Gisborne singer-songwriter Maisy Start-Walter is excited to announce her first ever concert. Since a young age, Maisy has been performing and writing music and has performed at many events across Gisborne including rockquest, and recently performing on the main stage at the prestigious Parachute Music Festival.

The ‘Fallen Angels Show’ will be an intimate session with Maisy, including her favorite songs and new material, the evening will also showcase local artists from across Gisborne.

"I am super excited and a little nervous but I’m really looking forward to performing" Maisy said.

Tickets are on sale at Grant Brothers (69 Gladstone Road)

Maisy Start-Walter Music - 'Fallen Angels Show'
Venue: Lawson Field Theatre, Gisborne
Dates: Saturday 5th July 2014
Times: 6.30PM
Tickets: $15.00 - Grant Brothers (69 Gladstone Road)

https://www.facebook.com/events/625749454182112/

Maisy Start-Walter Music:
www.facebook.com/maisymusic | www.twitter.com/maisymusic


Benjamin Naden Event Co:
www.facebook.com/benevents

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