REV :EW: I think how much sleep the organizers at Wellington's main street festival have done over the past two weeks.
I don't know the effort I am making to stage performing arts performances, food stalls and concerts at a weekend, but I think you might be putting a “very bloody” box.
So, coming soon after the tragic events in Christchurch, arts director CubaDupa Drew James and his team would have to throw the ordinary script out of the window and make a new security based event t .
CubaDupa – The single-street lane was designed. Moving deeply within various events and maintaining that fabulous artistic flavor that the festival is famous for its aim, the organizers should be proud of what they have done. them.
* Opera, coffee and a champion tree: Thousands of people visit the CubaDupa festival at Wellington
* CubaDupa is hitting the right notes on fair day
* Wellba CubaDupa festival at Wellington will release a particular line after security concerns
The Opera House was one of the main ranks and may be the most unusual place for Kiwi Alien Weaponry's rubbish metals, but despite a lack of full bite, this was one of the most popular gigs t talk about last weekend.
One of the celebrations is that there was something around each corner, and that despite all the smaller venues, you could catch everything from performing in a band. T Irish people at Hannah's Garden to one of my favorite things – the voodoo with jazz-spoiled sounds (the words, not em '), the Sacred Bones at Garage Project Wild Workshop Level.
There were a lot less food stalls around this year, and you had to find bags in every place if it went further. Unfortunately, he has changed your memories of this country.
Some commentators on social media decked the change at the festival to move away from the street. "Why would the rebels affect the cause?", "I don't support CubaDupa" etc. A fortnight after the worst tragedy this country has witnessed recently, we can come together with an open and creative spirit, we should praise it. If you missed out, you certainly lost out.
As director of art Drew James said Stuff: "Wellingtonians are wonderful, incredibly powerful, and this festival has always been for them.
“It's an event coming from Cuba St and is crossing everything.