Summer Concert Tour 2019 Double Pass: Sunday, January 27, Whitianga. Featuring Roger Hodgson from Supertramp, James Reyne from Aussie Crawl, Mark Seymour from Hunters and Collectors and Toni Childs.
Wow! What a line-up! And what a show this will be! Four great artists, an amazing venue and a day’s entertainment that will leave you amped for the rest of 2019!
We’re offering up the chance for you to win one of two double passes to join in the fun at Whitianga and celebrate summer at one of the most anticipated events on the entertainment calendar. This year, for the first time, Whitianga sold out well ahead of show day, and there’s every reason to believe a repeat is on the cards for 2019.
Supertramp’s co-founder and principal songwriter Roger Hodgson will have you rocking out to such great hits as Breakfast In America, Dreamer, Give A Little Bit, Goodbye Stranger, It’s Raining Again, Take The Long Way Home and The Logical Song.
Being the former frontman for legendary Aussie rockers Australian Crawl, James Reyne will unleash such great classics as Beautiful People, The Boys Light Up, Downhearted, Indisposed, Things Don’t Seem, Errol, Oh No Not You Again, Lakeside
and the anthemic Reckless (Don’t Be So) to name but a few.
Mark Seymour from Hunters and Collectors will be dishing out their great hits and fan favs such as Holy Grail, Throw Your Arms Around Me, Where Do You Go, Turn A Blind Eye and the powerful and poignant What’s A Few Men, as only he can. Toni Childs has a plethora of top songs to call on including House Of Hope, Walk And Talk Like Angels, Stop Your Fussin’, I Want To Walk With You, I’ve Got To Go Now and Don’t Walk Away.
The Summer Concert Tour 2019 will indeed be the concert event of the Summer. Be there! Tickets from www.greenstoneentertainment.co.nz.
■ Competition by Fill The House Tickets Project — proudly supporting families of children with cancer. Email your name, address and daytime telephone number(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org, with Summer Concert Tour in the subject, by Friday, September 21.
Roger Hodgson from Supertramp.