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The Maori Sidesteps
Proudly supported by: Hawke's Bay Today
The Māori Sidesteps is the newest and naughtiest Māori showband on the Aotearoa entertainment scene.
Formed in 2016, this group of seasoned entertainers got together to throwback to the showbands of old, in a contemporary, skillful and intelligent way. Get ready for a night of hilarity as The Sidesteps flip familiar tunes on their heads in a theatrical presentation of satirical skits and crooning goodness.
Fresh from a sell-out season in Wellington, The Sidesteps will deliver a fresh take on some old, familiar party tunes made famous by the Howard Morrison Quartet, The Hi-Marks, Prince Tui Teka and John Rowles.
Starring a cast of multi-award winning New Zealand entertainers, Jamie McCaskill, Rob Mokaraka, Jerome Leota, Erroll Anderson and Cohen Holloway, this will be a highly entertaining evening of humour-filled songs and hilarious banter.
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