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Performers 2015

Aio

Blended elements of Soul/Jazz/Roots/Rock with lyrics written in both English and Te Reo Maori.

Where:Ātiawa Toa FM Te Raukura Stage
When:8th Mar 2:45pm

Alan Downes

A singer and writer of original New Zealand songs.

Where:Nice Place Curbside Cabaret
When:8th Mar 10:00am

Awa

Streetwise Maori musician with a voice that is draped in vulnerability and conviction.

Where:Ātiawa Toa FM Te Raukura Stage
When:8th Mar 3:25pm

Balkanistas

Come and experience the force that is the BALKANISTAS experience.

Where:Summer City Mainstreet Stage
When:8th Mar 3:00pm

Baobab Oasis - Nice Up The Dance

Reggae sound system at Baobab Courtyard

Where:Baobab Cafe
When:8th Mar 10:00am

Beasts & Birds

Incredible live and raw funk 'n' soul from these local boys, not to be missed.

Where:Nice Place Curbside Cabaret
When:8th Mar 12:30pm

Boxing starring Fraser Hooper

Award winning clown and festival favourite Fraser Hooper returns after the worldwide success

Where:The Hits Buskers' Pitch
When:8th Mar 10:00am

Brannigan Kaa

Probably the most popular recording artist on the Maori Radio Network

Where:Ātiawa Toa FM Te Raukura Stage
When:8th Mar 11:50am

C-26

A great mix of South American and Kiwi musicians who all love playing salsa.

Where:Viva Mexico
When:8th Mar 8:00pm

Chocolate Strings

A mix of soul, funk and reggae into one amazingly memorable performance.

Where:Newtown Sound Stage
When:8th Mar 5:00pm

Cumbia Bros

Cumbia, the music genre more popular throughout Latin America, is brought to you by Cumbia Bros, a nine piece band for you to enjoy and dance to.

Where:Summer City Mainstreet Stage
When:8th Mar 4:15pm

D Burmester & The Blind

Wellington folk rock hillbilly band

Where:Nice Place Curbside Cabaret
When:8th Mar 4:00pm

Delaney Davidson

Catch the dark Grump Master himself.

Where:Nice Place Curbside Cabaret
When:8th Mar 2:45pm

Demolition of the Century

Duncan Sarkies, writer of Scarfies, performs a live reading of his latest novel.

Where:Fringe Corner
When:8th Mar 12:30pm

DJ Pleeze

Best known for making indelible impressions on party-goers and listeners through his musical range, seamless blends, and party rocking beats

Where:Newtown Sound Stage
When:8th Mar 12:15pm

DJ Rhys B

Rhys has been DJing for 20 years and continues to DJ at various clubs and events.

Where:Ātiawa Toa FM Te Raukura Stage
When:8th Mar

DJ/MC No L

Founder of the band Grove Roots and breakfast host on the local Maori radio station Atiawa Toa FM.

Where:Ātiawa Toa FM Te Raukura Stage
When:8th Mar

Eb & Sparrow

A genre-defying, five-piece folk band that has been gaining attention across the country.

Where:Nice Place Curbside Cabaret
When:8th Mar 1:30pm

Fraser Ross & The Felt Tips

Wild songs that sound great around a campfire..

Where:New World Community Stage
When:8th Mar 2:00pm

French for Rabbits

A sweet and dreamy, nautically themed duo from Wellington

Where:Wilson St Stage
When:8th Mar 12:30pm

Funkacybin

A high-octane funk band who are renowned for their boisterous and highly energetic live performances.

Where:Wilson St Stage
When:8th Mar 3:45pm

Gamelan Taniwha Jaya

Traditional percussion orchestra of Indonesia, characterised by unpredictable rhythms and wild dynamic contrasts

Where:Summer City Mainstreet Stage
When:8th Mar 11:10am

Garage Latino

Vibrant, energetic mix of Latin-American rhythms such as huaynos, carnavales, cumbias and more.

Where:Bebemos
When:8th Mar 5:30pm

Ha The Unclear

Alt-Pop from South Dunedin

Where:Wilson St Stage
When:8th Mar 11:30am

Handmade Records

A mixture of hip hop, reggae and rnb all backed by the HMR band lead by CEO Lotz and producer Tomi.

Where:Ātiawa Toa FM Te Raukura Stage
When:8th Mar 12:25pm

Hoop Hooligans

Hoop Hooligans are a dynamic comedy fire duo from New Zealand.

Where:The Hits Buskers' Pitch
When:8th Mar 1:00pm

Iron Dubz

Digital reggae, dub and the sound system culture.

Where:Newtown Sound Stage
When:8th Mar 2:45pm