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Ria Hall and Rob Ruha celebrate major wins

Ria Hall and Rob Ruha celebrate major wins at the annual Waiata Maori Music Awards

RIA HALL and ROB RUHA have been honoured at last nights’ Waiata Maori Music Awards in Hawkes Bay, with a total of 5 prestigious accolades between them.

Best Maori Male Solo Artist – Rob Ruha
Best Maori Urban / Rap / Hip Hop / RnB – Rob Ruha
Best Maori Traditional Album – Rob Ruha
Best Song By A Maori Artist – Rob Ruha for Kalega
Best Maori Female Solo Artist – Ria Hall


Rob and Ria hit the road together in October with BEHIND THE LINES, their first dual national tour of Aotearoa. This incredible show sees the artists merge
the music from their latest albums RULES OF ENGAGEMENT and SURVIVANCE to deliver some powerful messages of nationhood, cultural endurance, spirituality and unity. They will take the audience on a journey that aims to be moving, enlightening and uplifting.


Don’t miss the opportunity to see these award-winning Maori artists together in concert. Full details and ticket links for BEHIND THE LINES are available atwww.jacman.co.nz

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Theatre Royal / New Plymouth 18th October Book at Ticketek
Te Papa / Wellington 19th October Book at Eventfinda
Gaiety Theatre / Wairoa 21st October Book at hbaf.co.nz
Spiegeltent / Havelock North 22nd October Book at hbaf.co.nz
The Piano / Christchurch 2nd November Book at Eventfinda
Q Theatre / Auckland 3rd November Book at qtheatre.co.nz

*****A simply stunning evening of soulful singing from two of New Zealand's finest performers*****
Foldback Magazine review, Darwin Arts Festival, 23 August 2018



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