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Lineup Announced For Slow Note 2021 Festival

Lineup Announced For Slow Note 2021 Festival

Chris Cudby / Tuesday 5th October, 2021 12:01PM

Te Whanganui-a-Tara's all-ages Slow Note 2021 festival have unveiled some awesome news to keep us amped for brighter days to come, revealing the smashing lineup for November's three day celebration of music and poetry. Performing across "a number of homely and humble spaces" in the capital will be such significant established and emerging musical figures as Cave Circles (the genre-spanning project of Riki Gooch), Flying Nun dreamscape trio Womb, taonga pūoro practitioner Rob Thorne, Te Papaioea duo Fruit Juice Parade, cyper-pop sensation Hybrid Rose, electronic production wiz Skymning, sci-fi psych rockers Ripship and many more. They'll be sharing the bill alongside a selection of local poets, curated with the laudable aim of "bringing communities together through a shared ethos of connection and emotion". Delve into the details for this very special community event below...

Slow Note 2021
Friday 26th November to Sunday 28th November — Wellington, four venues and six stages

Cave Circles, Fruit Juice Parade, How Get, Hybrid Rose, Museum Stork, Recitals, Ripship, Rob Throne, School Fair, Sects in the City, Shannengeorgiapetersen, Skymning, SODA BOYZ, Soft Plastics, Synthetic Children, Veale Moss, Welcome, Womb, Zero Cool + more

Ash Davida Jane, dale, Eleanor Rose King Merton, Lou Annabell, Rhegan Tu'akoi, Ronia Ibrahim, Stacey Teague + more

Tickets available HERE via UTR

Watch the beautiful Martin Sagadin-directed video for Womb's 'Dust To Dust', from their Holding A Flame EP...

Experience footage of Rob Thorne playing pūtōrino in the the Durie Hill Tunnel, Whanganui...

Press release:

The lineup for the much-anticipated all-ages festival happening in Pōneke later this year has been revealed.

Slow Note 2021 will bring together a couple dozen of Aotearoa's most exciting emerging and established artists hosted across a number of homely and humble spaces throughout Te Whanganui-a-Tara.

This year, Slow Note will see artists such as ethereal three-piece Womb, taonga pūoro practitioner Rob Thorne and the breakbeat don Skymning grace various halls and spaces throughout Wellington.

The festival of music and poetry will unfurl across Wellington on 26-28 November at four venues and six stages. Eschewing any particular style or medium, Slow Note is focused on bringing communities together through a shared ethos of connection and emotion.

As an all-ages festival, Slow Note centers community and accessibility, with a view to inspiring reflection and creativity by recognising and appreciating the spaces and communities around us. Slow Note helps widen the path for those who want to discover, explore and connect with new ideas through art.


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