Nambassa Revisited Exhibition extended due to popular demand
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Posted April 26, 2019
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Due to popular demand Nambassa Revisited - 40 Years On - the Waihi Arts Centre & Museum exhibition has been extended until May the 13th, with support from Hauraki District Creative Communities NZ.
Forty years ago the Nambassa festival attracted more than 75,000 people to a 400 acre farm in Golden Valley, north of Waihi.
The exhibition features memorabilia and memories from what became the world’s largest arts, culture and music festival.
Were you there? Have you got any memories or memorabilia you can share?
If you can help out with exhibits or stories for the Nambassa Revisited - 40 Years On exhibition the Waihi Arts Centre & Museum would still like to hear from you.
See opening hours and more details at www.waihimuseum.co.nz
Note: Nambassa Revisited - 40 Years On exhibition hours change after the school holidays.
The regular hours of opening will apply from Monday 29th April.
Thursday and Friday 10 am – 3 pm.
Saturday, Sunday and Monday 12 – 3 pm.
Gold coin donation for Gallery exhibition visit, usual admission applies for the Museum - adults $5, children $3, family $15.