Luck for you, we’ve cherry-picked the best cross-section of musical events (also sponsored by Menulog, ahem!) featured in this year’s program. And whether you’re supporting local talent, or international names are your draw, we’re pretty confident you’re gonna dig these line-ups…
For the Kiddies
The most fun, most wholesome entertainment that’s also sure to get them on their feet, good and tired and ready for an early bedtime? We got you.
Kids Music in Parks: Saturday, January 19th, from 12pm – 4pm at Coyle Park, Point Chevalier
Line-up: Itty Bitty Beats and Petite Music Box, Kahuna Kidsongs, Anna van Riel, Mr Roberelli, Captain Festus McBoyle’s Travellin’ Variety Show, MC Suzy Cato
For the Grown-Ups
How often do you have the chance to enjoy alfresco opera? We mean, seriously…Even if you’re not an opera aficionado, this is one not to miss.
Opera in the Park: Saturday, January 26th, from 6pm – 8pm at Dingle Dell, St Heliers
Line-up: New Zealand Opera
For the Not Faint of Heart
Whether your youth traces back to the 90s, 2000s, or well, now, this still-growing bill has got what you need.
Rock the Park: Saturday March 16th, from 2pm – 6pm at Grey Lynn Park
Line-up: The Feelers, Elemeno P, Racing, Maurice and the Men + more to be announced.
For the Millennials
For the sweet symphony of alternative and indie pop, this line-up will get you moving no matter what you’re mood. (But specifically if you were born between 1981 and 1996, big up, fellow millennials!)
Indie Pop Stars: Sunday March 31st, from 1pm – 4pm at Auckland Domain Band Rotunda
Line-up: Ha the Unclear, Boycrush, Dead Little Penny
To check out this year’s full schedule, check here: http://www.musicinparks.co.nz/