The Māori Sidesteps

12 Jun

The Māori Sidesteps

$40.50 - $49

Wintergarden, The Civic

Cabaret
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Aotearoa’s legendary four piece, The Māori Sidesteps are back for one night only with soulful harmonies, satirical skits and song parodies. 

Starring Jamie McCaskill, Cohen Holloway, Erroll Anderson and Regan Taylor, The Māori Sidesteps deliver a fresh and enlightening twist on the glory days of Māori showbands.

Expect a hilarious night that fuses the comedic genius of Billy T James with the musicality of The Howard Morrison Quartet, and The Māori Sidestep’s own fresh-as twist.   

‘… with mischief written all over their faces… they sing with both gusto and finesse’  - Theatreview

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Māori Sidesteps

Ticket Pricing

Pricing Information

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Adult

Premium
$49
A Reserve
$45

Groups 10+

Premium
$44.10
A Reserve
$40.50

Season Pass

*Season Passes are not tickets and do not guarantee admission. Passes must be redeemed online, via the phone or at the Aotea Centre box office for actual event tickets (subject to availability). 

Passes cannot be refunded, either in part or in full. Tickets booked via a pass cannot be refunded if a particular session is cancelled, but may be transferred to a different eligible session.

2-show and 3-show Season Passes are available for purchase:

2-PASS

3-PASS

Season Pass: 3 shows*
Premium ticket to any THREE of the following shows: Delicious Oblivion, YUMMY, The Māori Sidesteps, Reuben Kaye
$120
Season Pass: 2 shows*
Premium ticket to any TWO of the following shows: Delicious Oblivion, YUMMY, The Māori Sidesteps, Reuben Kaye
$80

Upcoming Performances

$40.50 - $49.00
The Wintergarden, The Civic