Canterbury

Canterbury Results.

 

Band 1st: Run77 from Christ’s College

Band 2nd: Fuzhun from Shirley Boys’ High School

Band 3rd: Class Disruption, Chisnallwood Intermediate

Smokefree Pacifica Beats Award (announced at heats): Proud Brown from Haeata Community Campus and Mairehau High School.

Solo/Duo 1st (announced at heats): Contradiction (Jess Tater and Nina Noble) from Cashmere High School

Solo/Duo 2nd (announced at heats): x2 (Naishn Morgan and Rongomai Callaghan) from Hagley Community College,

APRA Lyric Award: Jess Tater and Nina Noble from Contradiction, Cashmere High School

Lowdown Best Song: Midnight Things, St Bede’s College

The Mainz Musicianship Award: The Blind Fishermen (Lawrence Miller (guitar) and Michael Bennett (drums)), Hagley Community College

Smokefree Vocals Award: Fuzhun from Shirley Boys’ High School

People’s Choice voted by text: River Moon, St Andrew’s College

Heats

The Canterbury Heats will be held at Aurora Centre, on Saturday May 27th, From 12 noon. Exact times will be available here after entries close.

The 12 bands selected to go on to the final are:

Cipher                                    Shirley Boys’ High School
Better than Bacon    Burnside High, Hagley Community Coll, Shirley Boys’ High
FUZHUN                   Shirley Boys’ High School
Class Disruption     Chisnallwood Intermediate
Judah And The Lazers       Shirley Boys’ High School
Blackreach                Hagley Community College
Some Guys We Just Met    Shirley Boys’ High School & St Margarets College
Silentium                   Burnside High School
River Moon                St Andrew’s College
Midnight Things       St Bedes College
Run77                                    Christ’s College
Proud Brown                        Haeata Community Campus

 

Final

 

Finals Tickets from NZTix – Tickets Here

 

Canterbury solo duo & Pacifica Beats winners (bands still to perform)

1st Solo Duo: Contradiction, from Cashmere High School

2nd Solo Duo: x2 from Hagley Community College

1st  Smokefree Pacifica Beats: Proud Brown from Haeata Community Campus and Mairehau High School

 

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