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13-16 July 2024

We are delighted to announce our inaugural  Festival of Singing at the Cambridge Town Hall.

See below for the schedule of events.


Tickets are available through iTICKET and the Cambridge isite
Save the dates in your diary, the Festival of Singing is not to be missed!


Saturday 13 July, 6pm

Open Mic Night hosted by Ricky Winikerei

Following our successful Open Mic Night last year, we’re thrilled to run this event again as part of our Festival of Singing.

Ricky is known for his own musical prowess, and will be leading a fun evening of music making for you to join, or to simply sit back and enjoy.This is your chance to sing or perform in the Town Hall – backed by Ricky on guitar, a backing track, or accompany yourself either on the piano or guitar.

This supportive fun event is for all ages, and we’re looking forward to Waipā’s hidden talents coming out to shine.

If you’d like to perform at the Open Mic Night, sign up here or just turn up on the night.

Tickets available through iTICKET or Cambridge site
                                                        *Booking Fees Apply

Sunday 14 July, 4-5:15pm

Lumina Vocal Choir  |  A time traveller's guide to Choral music

We are thrilled to have Adelaide-based choir Lumina join our Festival. 

Lumina specialises in discovering and performing music that is rarely heard. Ranging from medieval gems to masterpieces of the Renaissance and later, Lumina has also established a niche nurturing Australian composers, including performing dozens of world premieres.

This performance precedes Hamilton Civic Choir's performance, so make an afternoon and evening of it and see both!

Tickets available through iTICKET or Cambridge isite
                                                            *Booking Fees Apply

Sunday 14 July, 6-7pm

Hamilton Civic Choir 

Hamilton Civic Choir is a key partner in our Festival of Singing and we welcome them to the Cambridge Town Hall for their performance Walking on Sunbeams.

Acknowledged as Waikato's premier choir, their vision is to be an enduring and well-recognised choral organisation which provides high-quality programmes that engage members, audiences and music communities.

Their performance will transport you to lofty heights and uplift your Sunday evening.

Come join us – see our membership page for details.

Tickets available through iTICKET or Cambridge isite
                                                            *Booking Fees Apply

Tuesday 16 July, 3.30pm

Pacific Voices

Come see this faith-based community choir from Canada perform their concert ‘How can I keep from singing?’

Their family-friendly concert will include pieces from their performance at the World Choir Games in Auckland. With choreography and costuming, it'll be sure to please every age.

Founded in 1978, Pacific Voices have toured widely in Canada, the USA, Austria, Germany, Ukraine, Italy, and Korea, and now New Zealand.

$10 entry through iTICKET or Cambridge isite
                                               *Booking Fees Apply