One of my all time favourite DJ's Norman Jay will be in Aotearoa this weekend and i need to find a way to get to welli to see the living legend live and direct. Norman Jay has been playing rare groove, philly soul and disco boogie goodness for about 30 years. The Good Times soundsystem is one of the heavyweights from the Nottinghill Carnival featuring Norman and his brother Joey and i was one of the thousands of people who would tune in to BBC London to hear his weekly sunday show. This geezer is diamond and i can asure you this is something you do not want to miss.
Good Times at Frank Kitts Park for
Rugby Sevens Weekend
Friday 5th and Saturday 6th February
12mid-day – 12mid-night each day.
Free entry – R18
Norman Jay MBE (UK)
The Monkey Business DJs
Fried Chicken Soundsystem
and heaps more still to be confirmed over the 2 days!
Sandwiches and Wellington City Council present a FREE two day festival to coincide with Wellington’s Rugby Sevens weekend. The festival will run from 12mid-day until 12 mid-night on both the Friday and Saturday and is centralised around British music icon Norman Jay MBE (UK) and his ‘Good Times’ brand.
The festival will also feature a number of Wellington’s leading DJs over the two days, licensed bars – including the purpose built ‘Nation Bar’ on its first trip to the capital, food stalls, and TV screens to show all the action from the stadium down the road.
Located at Upper Frank Kitts Park, a short distance from the stadium, the festival is ideally located as a meeting place before, during, or after the rugby. Or better yet, forget the stadium and enjoy a full day of music in the sun!
The event will be a vibrant addition to an already colourful weekend on one of the capitals biggest occasions.
Sun / Grass / Music / GOOD TIMES !!!
here's some podcast goodness from Norman Jay