On the Beach NZ Tour - three acts at the Eggscentric Cafe

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December 30, 2016
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1049 Purangi Road


On the Beach NZ Tour - three acts at the Eggscentric Cafe

What to Expect

Join us for a fantastic evening with three fabulous artists who will bring you an evening of folk, rock, indie and blues for a great night of entertainment. 

With Arthur Ahbez, Borneo and Dave Weir

The Eggscentric Cafe is once again hosting live entertainment at their unique location. 

Three Artists For One Ticket Price!
  • Arthur Ahbez - folk, rock n roll, psychedelia
  • Borneo - Indie rainbow pop dance meets Aussie pub rock
  • Dave Weir - 60s folk and blues
Get your tickets
$20 per ticket for three bands.  Contact the Eggscentric Cafe by phone, email or get your tickets at the cafe on the day.

Please note the restaurant will be closed but the bar and light food will be available.

Arthur Ahbez
With the blood type of a nu-folk nostalgic poet, Arthur’s music is mainly focused around the art of capturing moments. From somber folk acoustic tracks to loud hip swinging jams, his music does all it can to push open doors and invite people to take part in the moment.

Borneo are a gang of conscious rockers blending sounds that remind you of Talking Heads having a cup of tea with DEVO on the steps of the Sydney Opera House. The Sydney 5 piece formed in 2012 to play at The Peats Ridge Festival and have been working hard to push their wheel barrow of good times out across towns and cities in Australia and NZ ever since. In March 2016, the band released their second single 'Eating Animals', which saw support from Triple J and garnered high rotation on FBi in Sydney as well as A Rotate on bNet stations in New Zealand.

Dave Weir
Psychedelic Pop that blows through the house like a warm wind from the 1960s. Dave Weir's (The Nightshades, New Gum Sarn, Te Huhu) first single Sweet Lily White shows a glimpse of his debut EP 'Food For Thought', due out on Banished Music this winter. Recorded in the bedroom of Tim Shann (The Eversons) and co-produced with Jacob Moore (The Checks, The Eversons), 'Food For Thought' nods to Dave Weir's first loves The Kinks, Simon and Garfunkel, The Beatles and David Bowie with a breezy and cheerful stomp.
His first single reached top 5 alternative airplay and #3 on the bFM Top ten. 


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