Fes­ti­val tick­ets now out

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Bay of Plenty Gar­den & Art Fes­ti­val tick­ets and ac­com­pa­ny­ing direc­tory, lan­yard and map have ar­rived fresh from the print­ers and are now be­ing dis­trib­uted.

Ticket buy­ers can now pick them up and those­who se­lected to have their tick­ets couri­ered should re­ceive them over the next week or two.

The packs will also in­clude a Bloom in the Bay Pro­gramme, out­lin­ing all that’s sched­uled to hap­pen dur­ing the fes­ti­val dates at the hub, which will be at Tau­ranga His­toric Vil­lage.

Fes­ti­val direc­tor Marc An­der­son says Bloom in the Bay will be like amini-fes­ti­val, in­clud­ing var­i­ous guest speak­ers, live mu­sic, food, a Good Ge­orge and Mills Reef beer and wine gar­den, ex­hi­bi­tions, work­shops and art, sculp­ture and flora art dis­plays. There will also be eight con­cept gar­dens to view.

“Not ev­ery­one opts to go on the gar­den and art trail and this is a nice way of still hav­ing a slice of the fes­ti­val ac­tion. Of course, ac­tiv­i­ties have been timed to also suit those who have been on the trail dur­ing the day,” Marc says.

An­other re­cent high­light in the lead-up to the fes­ti­val was the re­lease of the Long Lunch tick­ets this month. Maggie Barry will be the guest speaker at theNovem­ber 19 lunch at Mills Reef.

For event times visit www.gar­de­nan­dart­fes­ti­val.co.nz.

Tick­ets for the Bay of Plenty Gar­den & Art Fes­ti­val trail are out. Pic­tured is Marc An­der­son and event co-or­di­na­tor Rose Webb.

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