A 2021 Summer Vineyard Series featuring a series of performances including the fabulous Sooz Brady and Simon Gomez who make up the duo ImaginaryFreNZ.
The series will launch with live music at Kinross Vineyard, set amongst a covered outdoor wine garden, tempting both wine and music lovers who are able to relish in freedoms which prior to Covid-19 were perhaps taken for granted.
The Summer Vineyard Series will travel to beautiful destinations throughout the South Island over the warmer months from November right through to May 2022.
The ticketed events are sure to inspire all those longing for warm sunshine while enjoying both local and international artists, always anchored at each event by ImaginaryFrenz.
Known for their ability to offer soothing sounds while entertaining a crowd, Simon and Sooz couldn’t be happier to welcome Will Northcoat, Kate Targett-Adams and Emmanuelle to join them in their inaugural summer concert at the end of next month.
“It’s been a long while since we have been able to enjoy coming together to celebrate and enjoy each other’s company,” says Simon Gomez.
The Summer Vineyard Series is a way of re-connecting with people and treating guests to an afternoon of wonderful music and talent.
“Our guest artists love nothing more than to perform to an audience, Covid-19 has been tough on us all, but coming together again to share in music is a truly great way to while away those hot summer days,” he adds.
Kate Targett-Adams has graced many a world stage having entertained the British Royal family. An acclaimed singer/songwriter and Celtic harpist, Kate is one performer who delights her audiences with her talent and is worth seeing whenever the opportunity arises.
Will Northcoat shares his talents in production, theatre and performing during this season’s line-up.
The multi-talented Gold Guitars songwriters prize recipient will also lead the way as sound engineer for the 2021 Summer Vineyard Series tour and looks forward to welcoming you all along.
Dunedin raised musician Emmanuelle, brings her version of folk-dub music to Gibbston Valley. With the heart of a musician and a keyboard in tow, Emmanuelle conquered the London music scene, performing in gigs before returning to her roots in Dunedin.
Emmanuelle is relishing in performing again to audiences and looks forward to the long summer afternoons surrounded with music and music lovers.
Tickets are available online by visiting www.humanitix.com A-not-for-profit ticketing platform that supports education for Maori and Pasifika girls.
Children under 14: Free
Please contact Simon Gomez with any further media queries
Phone: 027 366 0223