Beats at The Brickworksby Noted
In association with Kiwi Property.
A rotating lineup of emerging musical talent will perform live at LynnMall’s dining lane The Brickworks.
Shaky Isles cafe offers coffee and pastries every morning while Hansan, Wagamama and Meso Japanese are popular for casual afternoon meals.
The end of the day is the time to head to Cleaver and Co, home of the slow cooked BBQ meat or fresh pasta from Goode Brothers, or Greek-inspired share plates at Bodrum Kitchen.
From 24 February, The Brickworks will host a series of summer music sessions on Saturday and Sundays, with live music from some of New Zealand’s most exciting emerging talent. Over five consecutive weekends, The Brickworks will be a hub of activity for communal drinking and dining. Stop in for a snack or a meal, and grab a cold beverage and a spot on one of the comfy beanbags for a great view of the acts. Just like a mini music festival, there will be a rotating cast of performers. They’re great family events, and entry is free.
First to perform will be pop-rock heartthrob Max Earnshaw. The former busker now regularly plays a mixture of covers and original songs to packed crowds. With shows by Smokefree Rockquest 2016 winner Iris G, 19-year-old singer-songwriter Emma Cooper- Williams, and Jazz musician Evan Reid of local band Sax and the City, there’ll be music and food to suit most tastes.
For more information visit: https://www.kiwiproperty.com/lynnmall/news/story/beats-at-the-brickworks-2018/
The Brickworks at LynnMall
3058 Great North Rd
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