A special, free live music event is coming for Stonefields residents and friends! Music in the Wetlands, Sunday, 19 February 2023, from 3–7 pm.
Bring a picnic, relax with friends and neighbours, dance or just listen and enjoy the vibe.
We’ve got two great bands to entertain you on a summer afternoon and early evening with the backdrop of the Maungarei Springs Wetlands. Something for everyone and every mood!
5–7 pm – London 4-piece performing songs by artists such as Amy Winehouse, Fleetwood Mac, Michael Jackson, Queen, James Brown, Prince, Tina Turner and many more.
3–5 pm – jazz and swing harmonies, beautiful costumes, and tight choreography.
And not forgetting the kids, there’s plenty for them too. Entertainment, giveaways, heaps of fun (3–5 pm).
See you at Stonefields Music in the Wetlands, 3–7 pm, Sunday, 19 February 2023 at the Maungarei Springs Wetlands, Stonefields.
Please leave the car at home if you can. Stonefields is a pedestrian-friendly suburb with very limited on-street parking so if you’re a resident, please walk to the park and encourage friends to do the same.
Public Transport. If you’re using public transport, the 747 bus has stops right outside the park. The 747 bus connects to Glen Innes and Panmure train stations (Journey Planner).
Parking. If you’re coming from outside of the suburb by car, we have arranged free parking at the Auckland Netball Centre, just a short walk from the event. Here’s a map showing you where to park and the walking route to the Wetlands park. There is also a stop for the 747 bus opposite the car park on Stonefields Ave (Stop 1886 – Morrin Road). Buses leave this stop for the Wetlands at 2:39pm, 3:09pm, 3:39pm, 4:09pm etc.
Drop-off/Pick-up point. There will be a small drop-off/pick-up point outside the park for those with mobility issues.
Find out more and get updates
Check back regularly here at stonefields.org.nz/music or follow our Facebook Event page.
This free community event is organised by the Stonefields Residents Association and made possible with the generous support of the Ōrākei Local Board and Templeton Group.
Music in the Wetlands is a zero-waste event. Note that Stonefields is a people-friendly neighbourhood with very limited parking, so please leave the car behind if possible. There is a bus stop outside the event and a drop-off point if you have mobility issues.