The program for Kiwigrass has been published, and Hot Diggity will be opening the festival on Friday afternoon, February 1st, at 6:30pm. We aren’t scheduled to play again because Jenine is also running the entire festival, and Krissy is off to play with the Eastern in Tauranga on the Saturday. It is going to be an amazing fun festival and you should definitely come.
Purchase tickets to Kiwigrass.
If you can’t make it to Kiwigrass, Hot Diggity will be playing two shows in the Auckland region later in February. We will be at the Rebel Round-up in Pukekohe on Saturday, February 16th, and at the Meatstock Music and BBQ Festival at the ASB Showgrounds on Sunday the 17th. These are both insanely fun events and we can’t wait to play at both of them.
Later in the year we will be roaming further afield with a show at the Wellington Bluegrass Society on 30 March and at the Packard and Pioneer Museum in Whangarei on the 13th of April.
Hot Diggity will be playing the guest spot at the Auckland Bluegrass Club on Wednesday, 14 June. Doors open at 7:30pm. Members are $8, and non-members $10. You can get more info from their website: http://aucklandbluegrass.co.nz/.
We've committed to going into the studio this year, finally! There will be a record. You can help us make that a reality by pre-ordering through our crowd-funding campaign on PledgeMe.
Thank you for your support!
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Hot Diggity has committed to recording our first album in 2017. We have booked in studio time and a producer, and we're working on perfecting our sound. We will be running a kickstarter campaign soon for preorders.
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