About Titirangi Folk Music Club

Who we are:

TITIRANGI FOLK MUSIC CLUB has been a vital part of the Titirangi music scene since its inception in 1965. It has provided a performance venue for local acoustic musicians and singers and a source of enjoyment for audience members. It has been the breeding ground for much prodigious musical talent and has hosted concerts by many wonderful performers from both New Zealand and overseas.

The term "folk music" means different things to different people but basically we believe that all music played by folk is folk music. So you will hear a wide range of music from all genres. The difference from many musical venues is that the music you hear will be "acoustic" - live music as it is meant to be heard. Sometimes, mainly at "Concert Night" events we will enhance the natural sound with what we hope is "just enough" amplification, the minimum necessary. Most of our events have no amplification whatsoever, made possible by the wonderful natural acoustics of the Beach Hall.


Would you like to perform at our club?

New performers are always welcome.

Friday Club is open to all-comers. You don't have to be a member to attend, and you don't have to be a maestro. A great place to make friends while honing your performance skills

You can also come along to our Saturday club nights and let the compere know that you would like to perform in the first half.


Would you like to join our club?

Membership of the club gives you so much more. Discounted entry to our club and any other folk club in New Zealand, access to our library, monthly newsletters, and an opportunity to vote on important club issues.

Membership is only $10.00 per person per year or $15.00 for a family membership.


More Information?

For more information please contact our Secretary, Tricia Lee, by phone on 818 5659 or email via our Contacts Page. Or sign up to our newsletter and you can receive our monthly email newsletter, telling you what's hapenning at Titirangi and elsewhere on the Auckland Folk Music Scene.

Last Update: 2015-06-01