Waiheke Marketplace : January 30th 2013
www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 33 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, JANUARY 30, 2013 NEWS Subsidised taxis to and from the clubrooms. Ph 0800 372 4111 or 0800 300 372 Where everyone is welcome! RSA RESTAURANT See our Vine & Dine advertisement hours. 29 Belgium St, Ostend, Waiheke Ph 3729019 OPEN 7 days from 11am (Monday from 12pm) FRIDAY NIGHT KARAOKE WITH DEBBIE MEMBER'S DRAW $500 one draw Drawn Friday between 6:30pm - 8:30pm PUZZLE SOLUTIONS 14 WORDBUILDER bed, bid, bide, bier, bird, bred, bride, deb, dib, die, dire, ide, ire, rebid, red, rib, rid, ride. WORDWHEEL REINSURE TRIO ONA 12 Music with the sculpture Summer groove: Mambo jazz band Chocolate Fish kicks off three weeks of free live music at Matiatia Pavilion at the gala opening of headland -- Sculpture on the Gulf. Plush pavilion: Guests enjoy the sunset at the gala opening. The Matiatia Pavilion is open for the duration of headland -- Sculpture on the Gulf. Live: Caitlin Smith performs at the Pavilion Friday noon-2pm, and 7pm, then noon-2pm and 7pm, February 7. The new Matiatia pav- ilion is open for the dur- ation of the headland -- Sculpture on the Gulf exhibition and entry is free to its daily live music sessions. Mambo jazz band Chocolate Fish kicked off a three-week series of entertainment at the gala opening last Thur- sday. The music is sched- uled mainly at lunch- times and during the evening, and on some weekend afternoons. It will be closed for corporate events on a few evenings early in the week. This week Pat Urlich plays at lunchtime and evening on Thursday, Caitlin Smith performs on Friday, and on Saturday the lineup includes Josh Leys, SoulSista Aotearoa and Radio Rebelde. On Sun- day the Blue Benders, Mojo Risers and DJ Ali- sha Paul perform. Jazz singer Briar Ross will perform on Monday lunchtime and Mano Pratt and the Buzz Bars take over in the evening. On Tuesday, The Buzz Bars and Black- SandDiva will perform. Headland board mem- ber Deborah Kelland says the pavilion offers lunches, light suppers and a bar with Waiheke wines and craft beer. Daily wine tastings at 4pm and 4.45pm. Jazz weekend good way to mark Easter Jazz favourite: Nathan Haines will be back to play at the Waiheke Island International Jazz Festival. A LONG WEEKEND OF GOOD SOUNDS Waiheke Island International Jazz Festival runs from March 29 to 31. Visit waihekejazzfestival.co.nz for details and tickets. Easter is just two months away and or- ganisers of the Wai- heke Island Inter- national Jazz Festival have got a mix of musical favourites and new acts booked for the weekend. The one-off Good Friday Groove at Rangihoua Estate has proved popular and festival director John Quigley says this year's will go on for an extra hour, with some top performers includ- ing Bella Kalolo, Five Mile Town and Iva Lamkum. I'm really happy to be including the Wai- heke High School Jazz band as well,'' Mr Quigley says. Festival concerts will include old favourites like Nathan Haines, back from Europe, the Dixieland Gipsy Band from Den- mark, as well as festi- val newcomers Hetty Kate and the Irwell St String Band from Australia. The daytime jazz- about will offer six bands at three venues on both days and night owls can look forward to two supper club events. Top DJ heads for Matiatia Fresh tunes: Auckland DJ Liam Shift plays The Bay at Matiatia. Auckland DJ Liam Shift will play at The Bay at Matiatia this Saturday night. Liam has been playing drum and bass for the last seven years. He plays clubs, outdoor parties and festivals around the country. He also made an appearance at Outlook Festival 2012. He has cemented himself firmly in the scene as a DJ with a varied and fresh tune selection that is delivered with skill and precision. His career has seen him supporting international names like Icicle, SpectraSoul, Nymfo, Cause 4 Concern, Ulterior Motive, Rockwell, Kryptic Minds, Octane and DLR, Ant TC1, Survival and Andy C as well as the big names in New Zealand. When Liam is not behind the decks he promotes events based on the DnB and Dubstep genres under the DropBassNZ imprint which has been running events in Auckland and around New Zealand for five years.
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