Tam Jam, the music festival for kids and by kids, is on again.
Following the rocking success of the inaugural Tam Jam last year in the St Stephen’s church grounds a repeat performance is planed for Saturday, February 13, from midday until 5pm.
The festival gives our singing, dancing, musical kids a chance to share their talents with friends and family, and have a fun day out.
Anyone interested in performing at Tam Jam can contact local blues man Darcy Perry by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 021 905 592.
On the day expect singing, dancing, bands, games, and a lolly scramble. The audience is invited to take a picnic lunch or gold coins for BBQ fare and light refreshments.
“Tam Jam will keep the same format as last year,” Perry says. “It’s a fun day out with an open mic for kids.
“I am excited to have local soundman Mike Orum helping this year, joining a team that includes Sharlene Woolston as stage manager and a host of volunteers from the St Stephen’s church community.
“Last year the standard of entertainment was amazing, even with a sun shower! We have moved it from the last day of summer to mid-February to make the most of our brilliant weather.”
St Stephen’s church is at 14 Tamahere Drive (where the monthly Tamahere Market is held.)