Te Tairāwhiti Arts Festival presents

A Synthesized Universe

Gisborne Gisborne
Fri 11 Oct


Poverty Bay Club, 38 Childers Rd, Gisborne

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CONCESSION - R18 65+ with Gold Card, Student (Student ID Required), Community Services Card


Running Time: 60 minutes


Poverty Bay Club, 38 Childers Rd, Gisborne

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A Synthesized Universe and Reb Fountain Combo
Buy a ticket to both our shows and get tickets at a discounted price.

A Synthesized Universe is an immersive multi-sensory experience – an intergalactic live performance masterfully woven with custom animations and an otherworldly manipulation of visual reality.

A Gisborne favourite, Anthonie Tonnon has toured widely as a solo performer around North America, Europe and Australasia, sharing the stage with the likes of Nadia Reid, The Chills and The Veils. In 2015, his album, Successor, was a finalist for The Taite Music Prize, and the single Water Underground was a top-five finalist for the APRA Silver Scroll award.

Tonnon will perform his songs on a futuristic synthesizer-sampler and a vintage electric guitar, alongside this out-of-world visual experience

Following sold-out seasons at Otago Museum and Auckland Arts Festival, Tonnon brings his captivating, buzz-worthy show to Te Tairāwhiti Arts Festival for the very first time.

Bar opens one hour before show.
Strictly R18.

Warning: This production contains use of smoke machine and strobe effects.

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