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Raglan Community Festival 2016

Raglan Community Festival 2016



Old School Arts Centre, 5 Stewart St, Raglan

Friday 5 February 2016 – Monday 8 February 2016 5:00pm – 10:00pm

Raglan Five Dollar festival is a community Festival to be held over four evenings Waitangi Weekend 2016 possibly the most affordable festival in New Zealand.

Everyone and everything is five dollars with under 12s free.

The Old School Arts Centre will host the festival with 2 stages, food stalls and other activities for a family friendly weekend.

The Festival will showcase a wide range of music from many genres from Celtic Folk to Reggae to Rhythm and Blues and Jazz and everything in between. The line-up is comprised of the abundant local talent residing in this beautiful coastal Waikato town along with some highly talented touring musicians.Acts already confirmed are Knights of the Dub Table, award winning Celtic duo Gillian Boucher (Canada) and Bob Mc Neill (Scotland), West Coast Jazz, Acoustic Spirit, Parabola West, Jon Sanders, Dave Alley, Dan Wilcox, Amelia Penfold, Dub sonic feat Nikki Keys, Pete Fountain, Ashley Knox, Brendan Hamm Band, Freddie and the Hot Potatoes.Tee Smiler,Esther,Scotty Stone,Jo Artemis.

The town has embraced the festival and will include a music trail at several local music venues including the Yot Club and Raglan Club

Music Trail Gigs

Friday Night…. Sola Rosa..Yot Club..

Sat Night ..Brendon Hamm Band….. Raglan Club.

Sat 6th Waitangi Party at the Yot Club..

Tickets for Music Trail Shows available from Venues and eventfinda.Price Varies.

Admission to Outdoor concerts is by five dollars koha at Old School Concerts ,with all food and drinks and everything $5. All Koha will be used to pay expenses and pay all performers with equal shares.

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