As part of the festivities for 2019 Arrowtown Spring Arts Festival, ACAS present a musical evening that echoes the musical era of the 60's 70's and 80's. Channel your inner Mick Jagger, Led Zepplin, Beatles, Beach Boys, Stevie Nicks or Bob Dylan.
Big hair, bell-bottom trousers, platform shoes, beads and Kaftans are encouraged. Dancing to the groove of local bands Zucchini Brothers and Bourbon Sour from 7pm till late. music with 60’s-80’s dress encouraged
Both Zucchini Brothers and Boubon Sour are experienced NZ bands playing a variety of 60-80’s music. Three-piece Southland band Zucchini Brothers play regionally and feature the fantastic sounds Al and Normy on electric keyboard & drums along with the guitar genius of Dave Gillies. Queenstown band Bourbon Sour perform with a new frontman Matt Chapman, Ross Grenfell on drums, Tony Marshall on electric and acoustic guitar and base player Martin Rylev, who performed as a session player in Europe for several years including working with rock legends Black Sabbath.
Light food included. Cash bar with beer, wine and soft drinks available. 7pm - late Saturday 19th October Athenaeum Hall,
Restricted to over 18's. Ticket price $30 general admission