Titirangi Festival of Music

Titirangi Festival of Music

TITIRANGI FESTIVAL 2018
friday 23rd - saturday 24th march
 

The Titirangi festival returns!
 

In 2005 the Titirangi Festival of Music was launched as a small local event and has since grown to be a unique and vibrant community event with a reputation for presenting a wide-range of well produced and entertaining shows, both free and ticketed. The Festival has boasted the participation of some of West Auckland and New Zealand’s finest musicians such as the Phoenix Foundation, Nathan Haines, Dave Dobbyn and Sola Rosa, to name but a few.

This year we are pleased to announce, that after a break of one year, the festival will return in 2018 with some exciting changes; The festival will be based in one central area. Much like the monthly Steiner market, activities will take place in and around the Memorial hall. A number of outside spaces will be designed to stage outside concerts and workshop activities, even a food market is envisaged. It will be a purpose built art-space for the whole community.  A team of skilled locals are engaged in bringing this vision to life so look out for up-dates and announcements in the Fringe and here on our website.

For those wanting to make a creative contribution, Dan Sperber (local Jazz musician and bfm DJ ) has been brought on board as the festival’s new Programme Director- he can be contacted at tfprogdir@gmail.com

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Thanks for your interest in our community event. 

 

TITIRANGI FESTIVAL OF MUSIC 2016 - 8 - 10 April. 
The 2016 Festival featured two knockout concerts in Titirangi’s War Memorial Hall.  First up on on Friday 8th April was The Black Seeds,with support from renowned DJ Manuel Bundy.   On Saturday was the legendary Dave Dobbyn, with support act Hopetoun Brown.  Both these concerts were a  sell out. 

The Festival had a big emphasis on family-friendly free music in such events as our Village Day on Saturday, with local musicians, an art-workshop trail, marching bands and street performers from noon until early evening.

For information about the gigs and activities that happened over the weekend, click on the 2016 FESTIVAL PROGRAMME here on our website, or download the brochure as a PDF here: