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Saturday, January 25, 8pm-1am

The Tele, Ōtaki Township

$5 pre-sales from the venue, $10 door sales

For information contact event organiser Chris Craddock,  027 410 2420.      

The public are invited to attend Purebread Summer Music at The Tele, part of the Purebread Kāpiti/Horowhenua Summer Music Events 2020, a district-wide celebration of live music. 

The show will begin at 8.30pm when Queen Fox Trio take the stage. Kāpiti-based vocalist Jess Deacon will be accompanied by professional Auckland musicians for the event. They will perform a set of classic covers. 

At 9.30pm is Sparkle, an all-female band of locals. Members are based in Shannon, Levin and Ōtaki. The four-piece band will perform a set of classics, disco style, with a bit of soul.

At 10.30pm, Wellington/Kāpiti band Bush Faced Munkeyz (above right) will entertain. It’s an originals and covers four-piece band with a “mellow rocky mix”. They will on from 10.30-11.45pm. Well known to The Tele locals, the Munkeyz have performed at many recent Purebread festivals. They’re invited back due to popular demand for their mixture of originals and covers. 

The final band is Number 8 Wireless, previously known as Space Doubt. It’s an originals premium band who will rock The Tele and take you to another dimension to end musical extravaganza.

Get in quick as presales are only $5. Entry on the night is $10. 18+ age entry only.

For information contact event organiser Chris Craddock,  027 410 2420.      

Rock into summer music at The Tele

 
 
 

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