FAT FREDDY'S DROP
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Fat Freddy’s Drop, Winston Surf Shirt, Drax Project & Katchafire headline the first ever Rolling Hills Festival Outdoors @ Eatons Hill Hotel
Eatons Hill Hotel is proud to announce the first annual Rolling Hills festival set to take place on November 19th 2022, showcasing talent from New Zealand and Australia. Returning to the venue for their first Australian show since the pandemics New Zealand band and Rolling Hills headliner, Fat Freddy’s Drop.
Since forming in the late 1990s, Fat Freddy’s Drop took their home town of Wellington by storm and quickly became one of New Zealand’s most popular bands. Together the seven-piece band have won numerous music industry awards including Best Group, Album of the Year and Highest Selling NZ Album for “Based on a True Story”. Say goodbye to summer with the soulful sounds of Fat Freddy’s Drop at the first annual Rolling Hills in November 2022.
Returning to the outdoor stage at Eatons Hill Hotel is New South Wales funk, hip hop band Winston Surfshirt. Winston Surfshirt will be setting the surf-rock soundtrack to your afternoon with a sunset performance of all your favourite hits including “Smile” and “Be About You”.
New Zealand band, Drax Project will be joining the Rolling Hills line-up, performing a feel-good pop set for their fans on March 5th. The band – who now frequent the airwaves, reached prominence in 2017 with break-through single “Woke up Late”. The single was hugely successful and became certified triple platinum in both New Zealand and Australia.
All Maori roots reggae band Katchafire will be taking the stage at Rolling Hills, performing their iconic catalogue to the hordes of music-lovers. Ticket-holders can expect to be singing along to crowd favourites “Giddy Up” and “Get Away”.
Joining the line-up of some of ANZ’s finest is Jess B, Coterie, Foley, Paige and Jelly Oshen.
Eatons Hill Hotel is excited to bring New Zealand artists back onto the Australian stage after what has been a challenging couple of years for the music industry.