Mar 8: LIVE & LOCAL at the Old School

Friday March 8 at Raglan Old School Arts Centre, 5 Stewart Street, Raglan. Upstairs in Whare Tapere.

Koha entry. Doors open at 7pm with Live & Local starting at 7.30pm. Bar open.

Matt Kambic

We have a varied line-up for you this month, from folk musings to acoustic alternative to country/punk rock! Matt Kambic returns and Greta O’Leary and Vicki Greetis make their Live & Local debuts.

Matt Kambic’s acoustic compositions look to hold up a soft candle to the seasons in the heart, plying that middle space between the shadows and the light, sharing tuned-down perspectives around life and love on a quiet guitar.

Greta O’Leary

Folk and alternative artist Greta O’Leary writes confessional, poignant, and occasionally absurd songs that cut through the thickest of skins. Vocally led, accompanied by acoustic guitar and joined by Hannah Morrell on fiddle.


Vicki Greetis

Vicki Greetis (of Five Girls’ fame) says she would best describe her music as a one-woman band playing her own style of chaos, inspired by country storytelling and raw punk rock angst.

Fri Mar 8
Doors open 7pm, show 7.30
Entry by koha

If you’re interested in performing at one of these shows, contact

Live & Local presented by Raglan Old School Arts Centre is made possible with the support of Waikato District Creative Communities, Raglan Light & Sound and Mark Frost (Bayley’s Real Estate)

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