& THE 8 TRACK BAND
Saturday 9 January 2106
Haiku Reserve, Main Street, Katikati
Local bagpipe player Stella Dobbs kicked off the first Twilight Concert for 2016 when she piped current and ex-committee members into the Haiku Reserve to start the new season.
Barrie More thanked them all for their efforts over the last 16 years of Twilight Concerts before Shane Cortese did the honours: as he cut the ribbon on the new stage, the confetti canons fired, and the concert was underway.
A big crowd turned out on a stunning summer evening to hear Shane and his 8 Track Band belt out Kiwi and Aussie favourites like Run to Paradise, Outlook for Thursday, April Sun in Cuba and many more.
Concertgoers were treated to a fantastic show with lots of dancing and people having a great time, a very successful night and a great start to 2016.
The next Twilight Concert is on January 30th with Kokomo and supporting act Sarah Spicer. Bring your picnics and come along for a night of blues.
Gates open 5:00pm.
Concert starts at 6:00pm.
Concert finishes approximately 8:30pm.
Single-entry admission is $20 and is available at the gate.
Under 15-year olds are free if accompanied by an adult.
Season passes (3 concerts) are $45, a 33% saving; they are available from the Katikati Information Centre.
To help limit the spread of the kiwifruit vine infection PSA, all of our 2013 concerts will be held at Haiku Reserve, Main Street (State Highway 2), Katikati.
Free parking is available close to the venue.
There is no seating provided: bring along beach chairs or travel rugs.
Make a picnic of it!
Pack a picnic hamper and something to drink.
Remember a sunhat and shades … and some warm clothing for when the sun goes down.
There is a coffee cart on site.
If the weather looks doubtful, check back on this website for information.
For more information call our concert information line:
(07) 549 3549.
Katikati is a 30 minutes drive from Tauranga and two hours from Auckland.
For directions see map on right.
Where to find us