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Cricket Farm with Esther Swift (Scotland)

When
Sun Feb 4th, 2018
Where

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Doors open
7:30pm
Gig starts
8.00pm
Entry
R18
Cover charge*
$20
*Guide only - booking fees may apply
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Kia Ora Rotorua:)

Cricket Farm are touring this summer in support of our debut album 'Bending Spoons', and we're stoked to be playing at The Rogue Stage! Esther Swift, who is an incredible harpist and Singer Songwriter all the way from Scotland will be joining us. Come an let us serenade you through Sunday evening.

$15 presales undertheradar
$20 door sales
Doors open 730, show from 8.
https://www.facebook.com/events/194023937815311/

Cricket Farm are a three-piece indie-folk/gypsy act hailing from Auckland, New Zealand.
Since their formation in 2016 they have won the hearts of audiences with their quaint and sunny sound, which the band describes as “music for hopeless romantic conspiracy
theorists.”
Cricket Farm is made up of multidisciplinary artist Hayley Robertson, Sims Ross (Yebisu, The Murderchord) and Joel Vinsen (Ijebu Pleasure Club, Spiral, Panhandlers).

Esther Swift has travelled the world extensively with her music making, and embraces many different influences in her virtuosic harp playing composing and song writing.  She writes
songs about her homeland of Scotland, drawing on her folk roots, and taking inspiration from nature and the people she meets along the way.  An eclectic blend of jazz, folk, classical
and everything in between, Esther will share with you her stories and musical experiences from around the world.

Questions etc, contact Karin on 02102381057 or theroguestage@gmail.com

Links
cricketfarm.bandcamp.com...
facebook.com/CricketFarm...
facebook.com/estherkates...
Tags
acoustic/solo, alternative, country/folk, jazz, punk/hardcore, Cricket Farm, Esther Swift



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