Pub Koaea - nau mai haere mai ki te whakanui i tō tātou reo Māori.
He karanga tēnei ki te hunga e rata ana ki te waiata!!
Ka whakakikī tātou i tētahi paparakauta ako ai i tētahi waiata Māori me ōna wāhanga (e toru, e rima rānei) i ngā miniti 90, ka mutu ka waiatatia te waiata kia rongo tātou ki tōna ihi me tōna wana.
Kia reo Māori tō reo - Ka tū te wāhi hei whare reo Māori. Ki te puta te reo Pākehā, me puta atu koe.
Kia kaha tō reo waiata - Ahakoa he reo wainene, he reo tītaha rānei waiatatia
Kia kaua e wareware i a koe tō tikiti - Mā te tikiti koe e tomo mai. 100 noa iho ngā tikiti
Kia ngākau nui ki ngā tāngata katoa - Kei rongo tātou ki te mauri ora me te mauri tau.
Ko ngā kaiwhakahaere waiata:
Te Kahureremoa Taumata
Āwhea: Paraire 31 o Mei 2019, 5:30pm ka tūwhera te kuaha.
Ki whea: St Johns Bar & Restaurant, Waterfront, 5 Cable Street Wellington
He mea tautoko nā Tōku Reo Charitable Trust
Tõku Reo Charitable Trust proudly presents to you Pub Koaea.
Join us, two awesome song masters and 99 waiata lovers and reo speakers in a pub to learn the melodies and harmonies of a waiata Māori in just 90 minutes, then pull it all together to perform a masterpiece (Like you favourite Kapa haka's choral, or, like sister Mary Clarence and the nuns from Sister Act).
No auditions required, no sheet music to read, just show up, grab a drink, relax and simply sing what comes naturally to you. Te reo Māori will be the language that flows in the whare on the night.
1). We are creating a reo Māori domain, a place that encourages the use of reo Māori. That means for this event no reo Pākehā is to be spoken inside the pub. If you desperately need to use reo Pākehā please step outside.
2). Sing loud and be proud. Whether you have a voice like the famous manu tīoriori Maisey Rika, or can't hold a tune.
3). This is a ticketed event with limited spaces. You must bring your ticket with you.
4). Look after one another.
When: Friday 31st May 2019, 5:30 pm doors open.
Where: St Johns Bar & Restaurant, Waterfront, 5 Cable Street Wellington