Ardijah is happy to announce we are back on tour whanau – We’re headed across the country to share the aroha and celebrate – sssshhhh 40 years –
Please come along and feel the Polyfonk funky, reggae, R&B, Poly Vibes hit ya!
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Ardijah will be at Trees Tavern Tokoroa 19th May whanau. Feat. Nofo Lameko & DJ Lo Kee. Get in and book today!
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Sat 20th May – Ardijah is coming to you Taihape! Are you ready? Featuring special Guests – NLC, DJ Lo Kee, Nofo Lameko & Gretna Hotel’s own house band. Book today!
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YES! IT WENT OFF! Awesome gig! “Kua tae ki te Wa” – The Time has Come “An evening celebrating Matariki and honouring Te Arawa women” In our traditional Māori histories
Good food, good company & good music. What more can I say. The day was very fulfilling for all who attended. What a lovely day it was too. Hot both
The difference between Waitangi Day in Australia and Waitangi Day in Aotearoa was, most of the Kiwi’s that turned up to the gig in Aussie were homesick. The stadium was
What does Waitangi Day mean to us? “Beautiful People” celebrating our culture on this Beautiful Day and celebrating what it is to be Maori. For myself, (Ryan Monga) ‘The Treaty
What a hot gig that was. Not only was Ardijah cooking on stage, but so was the weather. We were trying to rush down there to the gig straight after
The band Ardijah played to a packed out crowd in the most beautiful setting. The venue was smack in the middle of the Pukekura park, with heaps of native bush,