- Publish Date
- Friday, 8 October 2021, 9:55AM
We love listening to live music and they love playing it, so let's #VaxForLive.
Kiwi music stars and promoters have asked fellow New Zealanders to roll their "sleeves up for summer" and help musicians get back to playing on stage.
It's no secret that the music industry has taken a massive hit due to the pandemic, and given the current Delta outbreak, their biggest time of the year is in jeopardy.
Earlier this week, the New Zealand Government announced the roll-out of vaccination certificates in New Zealand, with a plan to launch in November this year. Commonly used overseas, the certificates would provide proof that individuals have been fully vaccinated, and the Government is likely to make the use of these certificates mandatory for large scale events.
So these muso's are asking us for a favour, and they probably deserve a helping hand after all they've done for us!
THEIA - "Me kaha taatou ki te patu i a Korona ki te rongoaa aaraimate. Kia okaina ia o taatou, ka ora ai te ao puuoro.”
“We should all contribute to fight Covid19 by being vaccinated. Through this, our music industry will flourish again.”
SUPERGROOVE - “It’ll be seven years since Supergroove last played by the time Electric Avenue rolls around this February. We’re hoping everyone gets vaxxed so we can party together with Lorde and the rest of an almighty line up in Ōtautahi! Ngā Mihi Aotearoa.”
Be part of the crowd and book now at www.bookmyvaccine.nz and help us Unite Against Covid and bring back live music!