January 13 – 2018

Coro Summer Fest

A celebration of summer goodness: a boutique festival with amazing live music in a range of eclectic, interesting and beautiful styles. Set amongst lush native bush on private land north of Coromandel Town. BYO picnic, games, epic night-time badminton battles, delicious food.

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The Bollands

Always on the road, this duo have been foot-stomping their way through the world. From Taiwanese pizza rooftops, through the dirty streets of India to international music festivals, The Bollands are on a mission to play everywhere for everyone.

They play hearty folk songs about the twists and turns of life. Their aim in life is to get everyone stomping and singing.


Oakley Grenell

For twelve years, Grenell’s been steadily releasing projects under his own Central Records and heading up bands that include The Otautahi Allstars, Departure Lounge, The Eskimo Squad and his former production moniker OG. This will be Oakley’s third Coro Summer Fest, and to be honest he is so diverse in his talents – from blues, through country, hip hop and heavy bass music – we don’t yet know what he’ll bring this time! whatever it is it’ll be a treat.


Cricket Farm

Cricket farm are multidisciplinary artist Hayley Robertson (vocal/ukulele/clarinet), Simon Ross (vocal/acoustic guitar) and Joel Vinsen (vocal/acoustic and electric guitars) They tell the hard truth in a soft voice; music for hopeless romantic conspiracy theorists.
Delightful, beautiful and dynamic thought provoking music.


Dj Alley Kat
From swing to reggae, dub, jazz, hip hop, big bass, funk, electro, dance & punk, AlleyKat loves to mix up the genres. Making mix tapes since the 80’s, AlleyKat brings an eclectic vibe to the late night dance floor. One of the key organisers and Producer of Sundaise Music Festival and running his own solar powered sound system, AlleyKat is looking forward to hanging with his fave tunes and peeps at Coro Summer Festival.

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Sonic Delusion
Too funky for folk and too folky for funk - that's Sonic Delusion's Latin-infused, pop-laced "funky electroacoustic folk". Sonic Delusion’s frontman Andre Manella uses his well-worn loop pedal to spontaneously create layers of rhythm, tone and vocals. The Swiss-Kiwi electro-folk raconteur “easily carves out his own unapologetically ambitious and intriguingly experimental sound”. “Catchy loops invite plenty of dancing and hip swaying… a sensual delight to the ears”..


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