Sol3 Mio are set for their festive celebration with Christmas In The Vines.
The beloved trio are not only be returning to the stunning Villa Maria Winery in Auckland and Waipara Hills Winery in Canterbury, but they will also be bringing the Christmas cheer to Wellington’s Waitangi Park with “Christmas on the Harbour” for the very first time in 2016.
Christmas In The Vines has become a seasonal highlight in Sol3 Mio fans’ calendars, creating memories that will last a lifetime – for the fans and the boys themselves!
Tenor Pene Pati says “The first year we performed Christmas In The Vines I proposed to my now wife! Last year Moses stole the show singing Elvis with his dad and we got a selfie with all 9,000 people at Villa Maria. This year we’re excited to bring Christmas in the Vines to Wellington! We know there’s no vines at the Waitangi Park, but it’s an amazing venue and we’ll be bringing the seasonal spirit no matter what!”
Performing their signature mix of opera arias, traditional songs, a selection of hits from their two albums and everyone’s favourite Christmas carols, Sol3 Mio’s annual Christmas in the Vines & Christmas on the Harbour shows are sure to delight audiences once again.
Sol3 Mio recently shared the below video via their Facebook talking about their homecoming.
Thursday December 15th: Waitangi Park, Wellington - Featuring Hollie Smith, Stan Walker & Orchestra Wellington
Saturday December 17th: Waipara Hills, Canterbury - Featuring Stan Walker, Hayley Westenra & The Christchurch Symphony Orchestra
Sunday December 18th: Villa Maria, Auckland - Featuring Dave Dobbyn, Hollie Smith, Stan Walker & The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra
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