The Otago Food Wine & Music Festival is being held at Forsyth Barr Stadium Dunedin on Saturday November 23.
If you like the Facebook page and share the post on the contest before midnight tomorrow you’ll be in to win a double pass:
Win a double pass to the Festival. LIKE our page AND SHARE this post to be in the draw to win a double pass to the Otago Food Wine and Music Festival. Closes midnight Monday 28th October.
Music – Jackie Thomas, Benny Tipene, Tom Batchelor, Jody Direen, The Chills, Matt Langley, Kylie Price and others.
Enjoy scrumptious Otago wines, and gourmet food, on the pitch at the Forsyth Barr Stadium. November 23rd from 12 noon.
Tickets – Adults $49, Secondary School Students $25 (Ticket Direct).
It’s day 29 in the tune a day challenge for NZ Music Month.
This was a random pick after doing a seach on YouTube – it’s Beautiful Thing by Christine White and Hinemoana Baker.
Round the other blogs who’ve accepted the challenge:
Straightjacket sing Down in Splendour at Rob’s
The Chills perform Pink Frost at Keeping Stock
Chris Knox sings Not Given Lightly at Inquiring Mind
Day 16 of the tune a day challenge for New Zealand Music Month.
In 1969 John Rowles was invited to represent New Zealand at the Rio de Jenero music festival, he wrote a song specially for it, inspired by his sister. Cheryl Moana Marie became a top 50 hit in the USA, was number one in New Zealand and Australia and was chosen for a UNESCO song book.
It had a revival here last year when Rowles sang it in a cameo appearance in Second Hand Wedding.
Catching up on yesterday’s posts:
GonzoFreakpower was all at sea with a marine triolgy
Inquiring Mind posted Hollie Smith singing Bathe in the River
Keeping Stock introduced a bit of glam rock with Space Waltz Out on the Street
Rob chose Hold Me 1 from the Able Tasmans and has got in early with music for the weekend: The Chills with Great Escape.