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Māngere Love 2019

 Māngere Love 2019 is bringing the love once again for the NZ Music Month of May! 

With 'Māngere Love' returning for its 10th showcase celebrating NZ Music Month at the Mangere Town Centre, be sure to check out the weekly Saturday morning concerts which will feature live performances of local R&B, Reggae, Hip-Hop, Soul and Brass music. With this diverse range of acts on offer each week to celebrate NZ Music Month, there’s sure to be something for everyone!

Following on from the success of last years inaugural ‘Māngere Love’s 48 Hour Music Production Challenge’, an exciting set of practical workshops will also be held again this year with a public presentation of the final works.

Nau mai haere mai, come and celebrate, discover new talent and music at Māngere Love 2019!
Keep up to date with event news and the programme soon to be released, by following the Māngere Love Facebook page 


About Māngere Love

Māngere Love is an annual event during the NZ Music month of May in which local emerging talent have the opportunity to perform alongside established artists in front of their local community.  It began as a partnership with the Māngere Town Centre and RAN Events in response to the lack of live music performance opportunities in this thriving and talented community. Since 2009, this homegrown event has been held on the humble Māngere Town Centre stage, and has continued to provide opportunities for local emerging talent to share the stage alongside established artists such as Aradhna, Annie Crummer, Betty-Anne Monga, Charlie Pome’e (of Three Houses Down), Emma Paki, TJ Taotua and Swiss.  Over the past 10 years, it has become a signature event within the local music community.

For further information contact:
Noma Sio-Faiumu
Email: mangerelovenzmusic@gmail.com

• Māngere Love Showreel 2015: https://www.facebook.com/ranevents/videos/946682872115135/

• Māngere Love: From Lyric Page to the Stage: https://www.facebook.com/ranevents/videos/1283485721768180/

[images by photographer Raymond Sagapolutele]