Summer Sounds in Stunning King Edward Park
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Let’s make the most of the fine weather – and what better way to enjoy it than spending an evening in our beautiful King Edward Park listening to some top quality music.
Summer Sounds is a new event to the Council’s events calendar which is set to be held on Friday 27 and Saturday28 March. Both evenings will start at 5:30pm with local Taranaki band Guitarra followed by a performance by St Joseph’s Hawera Kapahaka Group - Hato Hohepa OHawera, and then the main act, “The Starlets”.
Sarah Kelly,Georgia Gumbley and Sarah Greenwood make up the dynamic ‘Starlet’ trio. These multi-talented performers, based in Christchurch, have graced the stages of professional theatres across New Zealand. Together, 'TheStarlets' bring delicious three part harmonies featuring your favourite hits from vintage eras, snappy dance moves and first class entertainment.
“We are so excited to be able to entertain in Hawera. Our music is family friendly, fun and the well-loved melodies are infectious. We hope to have people at this event tapping their toes, singing along and maybe even getting up for a boogie!" says Starlets member Sarah Greenwood.
South Taranaki District Council events co-ordinator JodyBloor wants to see as many people as possible come along to enjoy the evening’s free entertainment.“You are welcome to bring along a picnic or make use of one of the food stalls which will be on offer,”
“We want everyone to have a nice, lazy evening enjoying the music in the beautiful surrounds of King Edward Park - It’s going to be a great couple of nights,” says Jody.
This event is proudly brought to you by South Taranaki District Council and supported by TSB Community Trust.