Lettuce Inn #5
Mokonui, with help from Liberty Growers, Katikopy, and Harpoon Cold Brew Coffee, is pleased to present this March 3rd, Live Music at the Lettuce Inn #5.
The festival is situated in idyllic grounds amongst an avocado grove on the Liberty Growers’ hydroponic lettuce and herb farm at 33 Sedgemoor lane in Katikati.
Our March event will showcase 9 musical acts from all around our fine country and even one from afar! We are pleased to be bringing back contemporary dancers Kate Sullivan and Suzy Smith- Roy as well as local artist Kabuki Doll (Jess Covell) and Rotorua based artist Maggie Covell.
Whether you want to sit back relax and enjoy or get up and get your dance on, there is plenty of space! It's a family friendly event with family passes setting you back a mere $40. Adult pre-sale tickets will be $20 via emailing the event organisers at email@example.com. There will be limited door sales for $25.
Camping will be available for $5 per person. This must be arranged via emailing prior to the day as spaces are limited!
Food will be available for purchase from Tea & Happiness - Vegan, RAW and Fermented Food Rotorua, NZ, with hot organic beverages from Little Miss Jay.
Performing at this event are:
French Doors Music:
This 5 piece teen band from Otumoetai College brings mix of original and covered jaunty funk jams.
Contemporary dancers performing a segment from Auckland Fringe Festival show 'The Polar Bear Chronicals’ a comically intoxicating yet breathtakingly sober journey into an enclosure.
Karen Francis Lawson:
Simplisticly structured songs overlaid with engaging vocal melodies and poetic lyrics on the fringe of Alternative Country folk.
alternating effortlessly between fuzz-fried freakouts, psychedelic slow jams, and eruptive moments of doom, Koizilla are dunedin's resident surf-rock sweethearts.
The Ne Van Boys:
10 piece string band hailing from Vanuatu with a sound thats bright and happy with catchy distinctive rhythms, and great harmonies.
Singer songwriter and multi instrumentalist Cathro returns with a new band to perform his quirky pop-rock songs.
Somewhere between Brian Eno and Black Sabbath, Sere’s musical lasagne is that of noise and delayed solos layered between groove and sheer volume.
Soaked Oats return with their infectious summery sounds of guitar driven pop-rock and thoughtful lyricism.
Sophie Gibson Music:
Smooth vocals accompanied by acoustic guitar, swirling harmonies and rhythms.
Synth. Drums. Catchy melodies and a musical aesthetic that will transport you into your own personal montage.
Gates open at 3pm sharp, music will begin shortly thereafter!
BYO chairs, snacks, beverages, shade and good attitudes!