Greg first made his mark on the New Zealand music scene with his breakthrough singles "Isabelle" and "Don't wait another day". Greg has an enviable songbook to choose from - a collection of songs which has seen him recognised with two Tui NZ Music Awards, nine top 20 albums, and a very loyal fanbase.
White Chapel Jak
Dynamic, engaging and a lot of fun, White Chapel Jak return for a third time in 2024. One of the most popular bands on the New Zealand touring circuit right now, audiences just can't get enough of these guys. You’ll love them!
Nairobi Trio has been described as New Zealand's favourite Jazz entertainers. With 35 years of touring and performing around NZ and across the globe, Nairobi Trio delivers an entertaining, engaging live show, much of it spontaneously improvised. The musical program includes skillfully crafted original material and reimagined standards, delivered in their inimitable style.
Wellington's own Crash Bandihoot is an 8 piece, New Orleans street style brass band - high energy with lots of smiles, colours and fun.
Boom! Boom! Deluxe
New Zealand's original Retro Rockers play songs from their own two highly acclaimed albums and a mix of authentic 1950's rock'n'roll classics, plus a few surprises.
Miho's Jazz Orchestra
Japanese multi-instrumentalist Miho Wada and her skilled musicians blend afro-cuban flute, J-pop and Pacific influences into a delightful jazzy treat.
Big Tasty is an electrifying 8-piece funk and soul band that captivates audiences with their unique blend of classic funk and soul with authentic Aotearoa sounds. Drawing inspiration from artists such as Earth Wind and Fire, L.A.B, Fat Freddies Drop and Stevie Wonder their upbeat energy provides something audiences of any age to love.
Zimbabwean born and raised, Thabani Gapara is an Auckland based saxophonist who has been performing around the world in various musical projects for the last 16 years.
A natural performer, Eve Kelly has been gracing stages in Whakatāne since age five. Her classically trained background and career in Musical performance has helped her explore and discover her footing as a songwriter, with her sound developing into a whimsical mix of adult contemporary, gospel, jazz, soul, funk and pop.
Sirens has quickly established itself as one of the most popular bands on the beautiful island of Waiheke. Four Brits, who met by chance, share a love of music from many decades and genres.
Turkey The Bird
Hailing from New Plymouth, this uplifting band will hit you with beautiful three part harmonies and toe tapping rhythms. The bearded trio features Andre Manella from Switzerland on guitar, bass and percussion, Adrian Whelan from Ireland on guitar, mandolin, bass and spoons, and Sol Bear Coulton, the token kiwi, on Banjo and slide guitar.
George is a long time visitor to Waiheke Island. Clare O'meara makes her second visit on this trip. Together they have put together a show that combines their many talents. Multi instrumentalism, songwriting and genre bending music that guarantees a good time. Expect to hear twin fiddles, guitar and keyboards, harmonizing vocals. George's cheeky irreverence will put a smile on your dial.
Soul Bossa Duo
Amanda Bovo (vocals) and Juliana Sian (piano) have been representing Brazilian music in New Zealand since 2018. The varied repertoire incorporates traditional Brazilian jazz as well as other Brazilian rhythms.
Sun Vault Set
Sun Vault Set are a seven-piece rhythm collective recalling the sounds of Massive Attack or Leftfield in its stylistic approach -vocally rich, with a pulsating stage show. Expect to be immersed in an ambient mix of sound and vision. A transformative experience, not to be missed.
With his genre being dubbed as "Future Soul"; Devon delivers the goods with his trusty guitar, raps and vocals. His six-piece band deliver an energetic, uplifting performance. Devon has shared the stage with some of Aotearoa's finest including including, Tiki Taane, Ladi 6, House of Shem, Tomorrow People and more...