- Regions monitor remnants of Cylone Gita
- Fraud victims to contact police
- Thunderstorms loom over Bay of Plenty
- Rethinking trade waste
- Toxic slugs suspected in dog deaths
- A dozen Kaiaua houses uninhabitable
- Prepping for tonight’s high tide
- Evacuations and road closures
- Serious crash in Coromandel
- Sister’s plea: help find my brother
- Waihi high hazard zone ground movement
- Civil Defence issues tsunami warning
- Red Fox cold case re-opens
- Four dead, two injured in Waikato crash
- Serious crash closes Thames highway
This year’s Katikati Concerts are wrapping up next weekend, and organisers are guaranteeing more great entertainment with two acts playing their styles of rhythm and blues.
Miho Wada is shaping up to become one of the most engaging jazz acts in New Zealand and, along with her very cool little orchestra, will be heading to Katikati this summer.
Also appearing at this concert is Brilleaux - a group formed in Tauranga in 1999 who are a firm favourite on the New Zealand festival circuit. They are a high-energy act who play a mixture of contemporary and classic British rhythm and blues-inspired music.
Mihos Jazz Orchestra will be playing alongside Brilleaux at the Haiku Reserve on February 10. Tickets cost $35 per adult, with children 15 and under attending for free.
For more information visit: www.katikaticoncerts.co.nz
The Weekend Sun has one double pass for the Katikati Concert on February 10 for one lucky reader.