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Main Stage Entertainment 2017

Assembly Required · D’sendantz · The Easy Hearts

D'Sendantz

D’sendantz have been together over 7 years playing under different line ups but still producing that same tight groove, feel and vocals that it's known for. D'sendantz is primarily a covers band playing in bars all around Christchurch whether as duo in a quiet acoustic set or a funky trio jammin out your favourite songs with a D'sendantz twist, and getting everyone dancing.
Check out D'Sendantz

The Easy Hearts

The Easy Hearts are fast building a great reputation for their entertaining and energetic live shows, and the band have spent the past 4 years playing venues of all shapes and sizes up and down the country. From unplugged and ambient to loud, full throttle rock n roll, they can adapt to any environment and just love to play live. Some of their favorite artists to cover include Tom Petty, The Rolling Stones, Johnny Cash, Creedance Clearwater, The Doors, Led Zeppelin, David Bowie.
Check out The Easy Hearts

ASSEMBLY REQUIRED

Consisting of Sam Hill and Simon Tester 'Assembly Required' are a high energy, highly entertaining, in your face duo who never fail to deliver crowd cheering, toe tapping, foot stomping performances. With a blend of everything from Folk/Blues to Rock/Pop, combined with a dash of comedy and plenty of on stage antics it's no wonder many people describe 'Assembly Required' as one of the South Islands most entertaining acts.

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2017 LINEUP

Friday 6th October 2017 BIG TOP BASH
8.00 – 9pm Assembly Required
9.15pm – 10.30 pm D’sendantz
10.45 -12o’clock The Easy Hearts

Saturday 7th October 2017 SEAFEST
10am – 11am NotQuite8 (Kaikoura jazz band)
11.15am -12.15 Assembly Required
12.30 – 1pm D’sendantz
1.15pm -2.15pm The Easy Hearts
2.30 – 3.30pm D’sendantz
3.45pm -5pm The Easy Hearts

The Easy Hearts

The Easy Hearts are fast building a great reputation for their entertaining and energetic live shows, and the band have spent the past 4 years playing venues of all shapes and sizes up and down the country. From unplugged and ambient to loud, full throttle rock n roll, they can adapt to any environment and just love to play live. Some of their favourite artists to cover include Tom Petty, The Rolling Stones, Johnny Cash, Creedance Clearwater, The Doors, Led Zeppelin, David Bowie.

Friday 6th October 2017 BIG TOP BASH
10.45 -12o’clock The Easy Hearts

Saturday 7th October 2017 SEAFEST MAINSTAGE
1.15pm -2.15pm The Easy Hearts
3.45pm -5pm The Easy Hearts

D’sendantz

D’sendantz have been together over 7 years playing under different line ups but still producing that same tight groove, feel and vocals that it’s known for. D’sendantz is primarily a covers band playing in bars all around Christchurch whether as duo in a quiet acoustic set or a funky trio jammin out your favourite songs with a D’sendantz twist, and getting everyone dancing.

Friday 6th October 2017 BIG TOP BASH
9.15pm – 10.30 pm D’sendantz

Saturday 7th October 2017 SEAFEST
12.30 – 1pm D’sendantz
2.30 – 3.30pm D’sendantz

Consisting of Sam Hill and Simon Tester ‘Assembly Required’ are a high energy, highly entertaining, in your face duo who never fail to deliver crowd cheering, toe tapping, foot stomping performances. With a blend of everything from Folk/Blues to Rock/Pop, combined with a dash of comedy and plenty of on stage antics it’s no wonder many people describe ‘Assembly Required’ as one of the South Islands most entertaining acts.

Friday 6th October 2017 BIG TOP BASH
8.00 – 9pm Assembly Required

Saturday 7th October 2017 SEAFEST MAINSTAGE
11.15am -12.15 Assembly Required

Adam Allsorts'Child friendly zone'

Adam Allsorts one of Christchurch's most popular childrens' entertainers provides plenty of fun for the kids, including acrobatics, music, magic, face painting, juggling, balloon twisting, and funny bikes.

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