Plenty of free mu­sic

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Auck­land Coun­cil’s 2011 Mu­sic in Parks pro­gramme fea­tures Anika Moa, Au­tozamm, Ju­lia Deans, Barry Saun­ders, Tami Neil­son, the Greg Heath Quin­tet and An Emer­ald City.

Mu­sic in Parks runs un­til April and fea­tures more than 20 con­certs.

Sum­mer Sounds on March 5 is at Coyle Park with head­liner Anika Moa and her band. She will be sup­ported by Au­tozamm and Ju­lia Deans.

Set at the Auck­land Do­main, Jazz at the Ro­tunda is the city’s long­est run­ning an­nual jazz event. It show­cases Auck­land’s rich tal­ent base of jazz and blues mu­si­cians at 10 weekly con­certs which will in­clude the Alan Brown Quar­tet, Paul Ubana and the Greg Heath Quin­tet.

Cul­ture Gar­den presents a range of niche mu­sic gen­res that prom­ises to in­spire you. This year, the line-up in­cludes the le­gendary Barry Saun­ders of the War­ratahs, NBR New Zealand Opera, Greek Nights and Friends, and An Emer­ald City.

If you love danc­ing, don’t miss out the pop­u­lar Tea Dances at some of Auck­land’s most trea­sured his­toric venues.

Na­tional Dixie and Orquesta Amadeus are some of the bands play­ing this year.

Visit www.mu­sicin parks. co. nz for in­for­ma­tion.

Movies in Parks is di­vided into two se­ries. Mer­cury En­ergy Movies by Moon­light brings you re­cent block­busters and A Taste of Kiwi pro­vides movies with strong Kiwi in­flu­ences and links.

Visit www. moviesin parks. co. nz for in­for­ma­tion.

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