Thanks to Hakanoa Handmade Ginger Beer for getting behind us and providing some refreshing and cold bottles of brewed goodness for us to sell at ridiculously cheap prices.
These lovely bagels will be on the barbeque for people to have a munch on! We'll have some goodies to put with them, and a simple fiver will go along way. Thank you very much to Bagel Love for supporting this lovely little festival.
6 pm - Victoria Vigenser
6.40 - Little Brother
7.20 - Claire and John
8 pm - Fables
8.40 - Ys
9.30 - Chris Priestley and Friends
10.30 - Dave Khan
(Of course as usual these are estimated times, and subject to slight adjustments, so best to be there early!)
We are so excited to announce Rabbitsongs, the first of our small folk festivals in central Auckland.
The Auckland Arts Festival are giving us another White Night, with over a hundred galleries, studios and spaces open from 6pm-Midnight displaying art, dance, music and drama.
So we thought what better way to join in than by hosting a folk festival in the centre of Auckland. And what better place to have this than at Hum Salon, the wonderful old house on the corner of Grafton Bridge. There is no better place to have a friendly and welcoming house festival than here.
We are thrilled to announce that a specially curated art exhibition will be decorating the rooms of the house.
There will be food and drink to purchase, stay tuned for more details on who is providing us.
As if that wasn't enough, there will be prints for sale, terrariums to admire and take home if you desire, and many more arts and crafts to be bought.
Poster courtesy of Ezekiel Crawford, who'll have a little stand with prints on the night.
Set times for the evening will be listed a few days before the festival.