A festival of music and poetry in halls and backyards.
April 23, 2019
Describing itself as "A festival of music and poetry in halls and backyards," Slow Note is definitely something a bit different. It's an arts festival for all ages. With its emphasis on unity and inspiration over division and difference, it comes across as a welcome breath of positivity.
In an effort to create connection, the performances will be taking place in small, homely spaces across Wellington. The artists, as well, have been chosen for their ability to connect with their audiences. It's emotion that matters here, as well as social and political discourse.
Some of the highlights include i.e. crazy, Michael James Keane and milk. Rob Thorne, the incredible taonga puoro composer and performer, will also be playing.
Brand new and ambitious, Slow Note is not one to miss.
Wednesday, August 7
Hillside Kitchen & Cellar
Friday, August 9 - Sunday, January 12
Te Papa Museum
Saturday, September 7 - Saturday, September 7
Monday, August 26 - Sunday, September 1
Saturday, August 31 - Saturday, August 31
Various locations across Wellington
Thursday, August 29 - Thursday, August 29
The Roxy Cinema