Boh Runga plays in the band Anika Boh & Hollie at the
Winery Tour at Forsyth Barr Stadium last night.
The stadium was an ''oasis'' for vintage New Zealand
music in Dunedin last night.
Singer Anika Moa thanked the crowd for giving her an
''awesome buzz'' by dancing to the Anika Boh & Hollie
song she had performed with Boh Runga and Hollie Smith at the
Classic Hits Winery Tour at Forsyth Barr Stadium.
Then when she started singing Dreams In My Head, her
song mustered many more to mosh, with fathers swinging
daughters and little girls grooving, the singer dedicating
the tune to those who got up to get down on the grass dance
The crowd complimented the clarity of the sound, with a
Dunedin man saying it was much better than at the Elton John
Another in the crowd commented how big the voice sounded of
''small'' Clara van Wel, the New Zealand's Got Talent
The appreciative crowd applaud group Anika Boh & Hollie
at Forsyth Barr Stadium last night. Photos by Peter
Promoter Campbell Smith said the tour stopping at the
stadium was ''surreal'' because he had spent years trying to
find a venue in Dunedin that worked.
''And the stadium seemed like an oasis.''
The winery tour would return to the stadium, he said.
Promoter Jane Torrance said more than 1400 people attended
the concert to see performances by Fat Freddy's Drop, Anika
Boh & Hollie, The Adults and Clara van Wel at the
The next tour stop is Waitiri Creek Wines in Gibbston