The Rogue Stage Presents: Waiotapu Folk Festival 2016A great weekend is in store 22 to 25 April. Right here, in the Kaingaroa Forest, off SH5, on the same road as where you find the healing waters of Kerosene Creek, you find Waiotapu – Sacred Waters. ‘Music in the woods’ presented with old fashioned charm, original contemporary NZ & International live music, community art, vocal and dance workshops, children & family engagement and huge doses of love!
A line-up stretching from south island country to glacial pop from Wellington to K Rd slam poetry. Artists like Adam McGrath, The Bollands, Tourettes, Will Wood, Glass Vaults, James Kenyon, Jonny Avery, Monty Bevins, Nikita Tu-Bryant, Scarlett Eden and local Rotorua band, Zen, are all performing their songs live for you to enjoy! Altogether we have 22 acts and 18 hrs of live music over 3 days. For a full list of artists and links to their music, visit the event page here.
The festival will also feature live art from local Rotorua artist, Francis Hamon, playful adventure activities from Warwick Lilley, children’s activities with Ally Rogers (Lantern Ally). Back to back yoga from Jenny Lux & Hollie Beaumont and delicious organic #raw food from Raw Balance NZ. New this year are Vocal and Dance workshops, learning together and creative positive future communities.
Tickets are reasonably priced and it includes all the workshops on offer. Buy your festival passes online by following this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/wai-o-tapu-folk-festival-wff-2016-tickets-22083947682
If Paypal is not your thing, I have loaded it onto Eventfinder to make it easier for you: http://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2016/waiotapu-folk-festival-2016/rotorua
The Retro Poets
April Nesbit and Ash – False Heights
The Township Kwelas
Nikita Tu Bryant
Heart of Katherine NZ
Dominic Hoey – Tourettes
Jerseybob and Our Monika
Looking for Alaska
James Kenyon and Luke Richardson
Any questions or queries, please contact Karin at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 02102381057 // Barry 0226441778.
See you there, big hugs, Karin 🙂