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Fête de la musique 2014

Festival of Music

 

ALLIANCE FRANCAISE MUSIC FESTIVAL - 21 JUNE

 

 


Saturday 21 June, 7pm to midnight
$20 / $15 Early Bird
@ Galatos
17 Galatos St (Newton, K'road area)

The Alliance Française Music Festival is coming to Auckland this year. Inspired by "La Fête de la musique", an international event celebrated in more than 100 countries, the Alliance Française Music Festival will present artists from both the local and the international scenes. With a French touch... but not only. For more on the origin of the festival, click here).

2 different stages, over 10 performances in 5 hours!
French food (crèpes...)
A unique celebration of the supreme art for all the music fans


Book your early bird tickets here now!
Free for children under the age of 14

With:

THE MAMAKU PROJECT (France/NZ)

 


The Mamaku Project was born of the meeting of two French-Kiwis: evocative bi-lingual vocalist Tui Mamaki and multi-instrumentalist/producer Monsieur E. In February 2014, they released their third album Twigs of Gold.

“ Wild flavours of French Cabaret flirt with the pulse of Electro-Oriental-Jazz. An intoxicating affair of multi-lingual noir poetry, conjuring Balkan dance floors, spiced with a sprinkling of circus…”

 

 

SAL VALENTINE & The BABYSHAKES (New Zealand)

Widely regarded as one of the finest live acts in the country, Sal Valentine & The Babyshakes have twisted the fabric of musical time and lived to deliver you a curated selection of infectious and original rhythm and blues.

With the energy of the live performance frontman and songwriter Sal Valentine framed by the 'Auckland's Number 1 Band' the Babyshakes, will get you up and dancing. Get ready to boogie !

 

 

VANUELLA WATT (New Caledonia) 

This beautiful exotic singer from New Caledonia fascinates the public by her warm and natural personality. Vanuella Watt embodies the modern image of New Caledonian music so well that she was nicknamed La Diva du Pacifique.

She will perform her Tribute to la Môme (Edith Piafas well as other songs from the French repertoire, both modern and more traditional take on the "chanson française".

& OTHER LOCAL ARTISTS :

Roger Manins Quartet (NZ): Jazz (Jazz hero award 2012)

X'cuse my French (France/NZ): Classic hits with a French twist

Tous en Choeur (France/NZ): Auckland French-singing choir

Psychodalix (Mali/NZ): Hip-Hop

Fever Swing (France/NZ): Swing

DJ Boris (France): French touch House/Techno

BOOK YOUR TICKETS

You can book your tickets online at the early bird price ($15 only) by following this link

 

 

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