Sounds Dunedin Music Evening

It is a well-known fact that Dunedin loves its music!  The Dunedin Sound was born in the 1980s and in its prime in the early 1990s. Its legacy is a well-developed music scene which is popular among locals as well as visitors to the city.  Dunedin’s music scene has a wide range of artists including rock, metal, jazz and cover bands.

Enjoy a leisurely afternoon exploring Dunedin’s early character, culture, technology, art and fashion at the award winning Toitu Early Settlers Museum before settling in to experience a variety of Dunedin music.  Visitors will be left with a lasting impression of Dunedin’s vibrant music scene.

The event will also feature the winner of the “Robbie Rocks” competition; an annual competition to celebrate the great Bard Robbie Burns’s birthday where local musicians put poetry to rock music.

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