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Summer Sounds Bluff on This Month

Summer Sounds Bluff returns in 2021 with a great line up ready to perform on Sunday 31 January at the Gunpit in Bluff.

Three great acts are scheduled to perform from 2pm on the day with Triple Shot, Concrete Angels, featuring the boys from Midnight Cruise and Renee from Ramblin’ Rosie’s, and Bluff performer, Darcy Kerr, the Southland Musician of the Year in 2020 all on this year’s bill.

Carl Mills will MC the concert in an idyllic setting which has proven to be a fantastic concert venue since first used for a Summer Sounds concert several years ago.

Access to the Gunpit can be gained from either Gunpit Road or Stirling Point.

Summer Sounds Bluff is a Bluff Promotions event with the support of the Creative Communities Scheme, Bluff Engineering & Welding, i Hire Invercargill and the Department Of Conservation.

There is no admission fee to the event but a koha is welcomed by organisers to help defray expenses associated with the event.

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