Featuring some of New Zealand’s all-time favourite bands, the inaugural music concert Live in Lincoln Selwyn Sounds will walk attendees down memory lane for an unforgettable day and night at the Lincoln Domain. Headlining will be Mi-Sex’s only Christchurch show to launch their new album 'Not From Here', as well as the reformed Dragon performing again in New Zealand.
Also gracing the stage on Saturday 4th March 2017 will be an epic mix of artists including acclaimed songstresses Sharon O’Neill, Annie Crummer, Margaret Urlich and Debbie Harwood, local icon Jordan Luck and his new band Jordan Luck Band, and multi-award winning singer-songwriter Jason Kerrison.
“We have assembled an outstanding line up for our first ever event of this size in Lincoln, it’s the talk of the village. We all remember what we were doing when these artists first came into the music scene in New Zealand and to have them perform all these years later with new material as well as old is an honour for the town. The line-up is for everyone and we look forward to an incredible first year event,” Event Producer David Parlane
Only a 25-minute drive from Christchurch, the concert will take place at the community reserve Lincoln Domain in the bankside town of Lincoln. This will be the largest musical concert the picturesque town has ever hosted in its rich history.
This massive line-up will bring some of the greatest songs from the last few decades in Kiwi music to life on stage, mixed in with some new releases that no doubt will enter musical history in time to come.
Live in Lincoln Selwyn Sounds
Saturday March 4th: Lincoln Domain, Lincoln
Tickets via Ticketek
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