Vivid opening to youth arts festival

Members of the band Vivid, made up of pupils from John McGlashan College, perform to an audience  at Dive, on the opening evening of Auaha Rangatahi, a youth arts festival in Dunedin.

They are (from left) guest guitarist Harrison Marshall (17), vocalist Zachary Smith (16), drummer Theo Hannagan (16), bass player James Palmer (16) and guitarist Nicholas George (15).

The festival, also featuring theatre sports and a creative writing workshop, runs until Saturday and was organised by the Dunedin Youth Council.

Council chairman Blake Armstrong said about 50 performers would be involved. 

The idea was to give people a lift since the challenges associated with Covid-19.






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