Kick back and tune in to some amazing blues talent from around NZ.
Licensed Bar, food, coffee + Camping available
Our Line Up Includes
Dust & Gold
Tucker Lane are a 5 piece Bluegrass band hailing from Clive, Hawkes Bay. They play a wide variety of heel stomping, soul soothing, beer drinking ballads that'll get your toes tappin'.
Dust & Gold is a Nelson born singer/songwriter collaboration, blending Nikita Fountain's beautiful songbird voice and Mark McKenzie's rich baritone over a wholesome and raw acoustic accompaniment of original material. The songs range from haunting celtic influenced ballads, to foot-tapping sing-along bluegrass tunes.
From the Far North to The Bluff and all points in-between, hundreds of thousands of New Zealanders have packed pubs, theatres, barns and dance halls and have literally grown up with The Warratahs.
The songs by lead singer and guitarist Barry Saunders are etched into New Zealand’s landscape and this artistry was rewarded in 2016 with The Warratahs taking out Best Country Music album at the Gore Gold Guitars Awards with Runaway Days, an album that entered both the NZ and Country charts in the Top Ten. Their more recent double album Drivin’ Wheel, is a unique collection of their songs and style since the band’s beginning in 1986. To date, a total of eight albums showcase the group and their poignant music. These are songs that paint a picture of New Zealand, from the nostalgia and majesty of the provinces and the cities, to the heartbreak of the Christchurch quake.
For 33 years the band has travelled to and played in 120 different urban centres and towns across the country. Over this period, a favourite travelling companion was poet Sam Hunt at many of the band’s shows. These days, founder member and master of the accordion Alan Norman, will often guest on-stage.
The band has appeared with Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Billy Joel, Lucinda Williams and Leann Rimes, among other international stars. Don’t miss the chance to hear Nik Brown’s hands of fire on fiddle as The Warratahs play Hands of My Heart, Maureen, Rescue Me, St. Peter’s Rendezvous, Mount Victoria Rain, Taranaki and other classics by these titans of the backbeat and buccaneers of the road. Bring your dancing shoes to their next live show and in the words of Elvis… if you can’t find a partner, use a wooden chair.
Price to camp is $5 per person per night.
Nights available to stay are Friday 26th, Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th February 2021
Camping gates open at 8.30am each morning
Friday 26th gates close at 8.30pm
Saturday 27th gates close at 7pm
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