Anthonie Tonnon concert postponed to later date

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Apologies if you were booked to come on Thursday or planned to buy tickets on the door for Anthonie Tonnon s concert. It was a mutual decision to move the concert to a later date when things are not so crazy in Rotorua – Crankworx and Rogue Folk Music Fest this weekend.

Anthonie is an amazing performer and with so much on in our wee town, we felt that it would be so much better to make it a weekend focus so that many more of you can have the opportunity to attend. Thank you so much for all your kind messages and inquiries, yes, it will definitely happen!

A Friday or Saturday weekend date in June is being considered at this stage.

Kind regards

Karin

Anthonie Tonnon gets 5 stars – NZ Herald album review by Lydia Jenkin

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Late last night I came across this!

anthonie tonnon review

Read full review here: NZ Album Review

So great that he is playing a special one off show at Rerewhakaaitu Settlers Hall next Thursday. Tickets still available at undertheradar.com, this blog and cash sales from Musicworks Rotorua.

Anthonie Tonnon at Rerewhakaaitu Settlers Hall Thursday 26th March

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Anthonie Tonnon (Tono and the Finance Compnay) is performing an one-off solo show at Rerewhakaaitu Settlers Hall as a warm up show for the upcoming The Rogue Stage Folk Music Festival. Anthonie’s performances are very entertaining, as someone commented recently: “a very clever wordsmith, telling our local stories. We very much enjoyed his session at Chick’s Hotel in Port Chalmers on Saturday it was packed!”

The Rogue Stage at Rotorua Night Market 19th March

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This Thursday, The Rogue Stage is pulling up the curtain and getting out the goodies at the Night Market Tutanekai St. I ll be chatting with you about the music, the artists and what you can expect at the Rogue Stage Folk Music Festival. I ll also have cash tickets for sale. Come on down for a closer look at what we do!

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Ezza Rose, Rerewhakaaitu Settlers Hall, 15 March, 4pm doors open

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Today is a very special show. For many reasons, but for me two stand out. The band has travelled a long way to get here, all the way from Portland, and secondly, we are hosting it at a community hall, the Settlers Hall in Rerewhakaaitu. I ve heard lots about both, equal amounts of good things and the excitement to hear Ezza Rose’s beautiful music live today is sitting like a shimmering golden crown on my head. Bliss awaits!

Tickets on the door $20

Tea, coffee and cake will be served (bring your cold coins)

BYO too

We look forward to seeing you there, x

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