Lawrence Arabia’s Singles Club (QUEENSTOWN)

Festival of Colour Arts Festival, which this year gains a presence in Queenstown at Sherwood, presents Lawrence Arabia’s Singles Club. New Zealand’s “foremost chronicler of 21st Century bourgeois dilemmas,” Lawrence Arabia, is back with a tour to celebrate the soon to be released album version of his audacious twelve month long project, “Lawrence Arabia’s Singles […]


Estere is coming to Sherwood, as part of the Festival of Colour Arts Festival, which this year gains a presence in Queenstown at Sherwood. “The voice alone earns her a place in any year-end list, but her production finesse and ability to weave world-music beats with found sounds and beautiful lyrics, make her a Kiwi […]

One Piece at a Time – Finn Andrews (QUEENSTOWN)

Festival of Colour, which gains a Queenstown arm at Sherwood this year, is proud to present Finn Andrews, with full band and strings, and support from Reb Fountain “This record has taken me somewhere else. That’s kind of the spooky element of making albums: you think you’re making them but really they’re making and shaping […]

Jordi Savall

For one rapturous performance only, baroque music superstar Jordi Savall brings to Wanaka the gorgeous music of late 17th century France.

Songs of Travel

New Zealand baritone Julien Van Mellaerts is the only person to have ever won first prize in both the Kathleen Ferrier Awards and the Wigmore Hall Kohn Foundation International Song Competition.


Roll up for an evening of free-spirited music with jazz, soul and funk vocalist Lou’ana and her band.

The Locals

Growing up in Wanaka, these three artists all began their musical journeys as teenagers working with our lake, our mountains and our community as their backdrop.


She has opened for the likes of Grace Jones, John Cale and Erykah Badu. Her Electric Blue Witch-Hop electronic music has thick bass atop weighty drums, then contrasted with acoustic textures.

Lawrence Arabia’s Singles Club

Singer of songs, teller of tall tales, beloved entertainer par excellence – Lawrence Arabia, every bit as good as he ought to be.