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A Wild Love For The World

Sun Jan 14th, 2024
The Pole Barn,
Motueka, Tasman

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Welcome to The Pole Barn!
A garden concert venue with an open fire and stage performances

The Pole Barn Presents: Jamie Howl, Rob and Tamsin Leenhouwers bring you a magical afternoon!

This venue is nestled in the Motueka Valley; it is a private residence, where there is a vision of community, sharing music, workshops, and events that bring people together for a conscious experience in this organic valley setting. The desire to receive for the sake of sharing.

This event supports two amazing local artists, providing a space for these talented musicians to perform and share their wealth.

Starting at 3:00 pm, gates open 2:30 pm on Sunday 14th January
In case of rain, The Pole Barn offers an all-weather sheltered option

A Wild Love for the World
There is only one question, how will you love this world? Mary Oliver
Live original music woven with a handful of soulful poems to inspire and celebrate nature-based community life with Jaime Howell (Lark) on acoustic guitar and Tamsin Leenhouwers and Rob De Leeuw accompanying on violin and base guitar. There will also be a possibility of a little dance at the end for those who want to move their bodies.

This event is $20. You can buy your ticket online here. Limited door sales available for $25. The money for the event goes back to the artists, as this is an event to support our local musicians to keep doing what they love doing and what we enjoy!

Children under 13 are free of charge. This is a child-friendly event. Parental supervision is required.

This will be an outdoor event, and there will be a fire to keep everyone warm, but please bring WARM clothes and blankets so we are all nice and cosy!

Food & Drink:
There will also be hot food ( vegan pies), hot drinks and cakes will be sold at the venue; bring your own cup. Out of care for the land we encourage vegan/vegetarian food; and a drug and alcohol-free environment. Feel free to bring a picnic of food and drink!

The Pole Barn is a private property, and your respect is appreciated.

Car-parking is at the bottom of Mytton Heights and Pineview Way. Walk up the road, following the signs.

acoustic/solo, country/folk, pop

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