It's a pop-up concert of legendary musicians performing blues, jazz, celtic and classics.

Take two of the South's leading ladies and three masters of the strings, bring them together in a beautiful park and you have all the ingredients needed to enjoy a relaxing afternoon of world-class urban folk, blues, jazz and contemporary classics.

Izzy Miller Bell invites Graham Wardrop, Elizabeth Braggins, James Wilkinson and Jon Hooker to join her on the Ingham's Lazy Sundays stage to bring you a pop-up concert where there is something for everyone.

Highly accomplished and talented singer/pianist Elizabeth Braggins performs with internationally acclaimed guitarist/singer-songwriter Graham Wardrop, recently returned from a Canadian tour.

Celtic soul blues artist Ma Bell (Izzy Miller Bell) gives her final Christchurch performance before embarking on a pop up musical adventure across the Tasman and through Asia back to Europe for a time.  Izzy will be joined on stage by musical partner blues troubadour Jon Maxim Hooker and electric bassist James Wilkinson, both instrumental composers and two of the finest exponents of the acoustic guitar tradition.

There are two public car parks in the Botanic Gardens, one at the Riccarton Avenue entrance and one at the Armagh Street entrance. You are welcome to park in either of these places for up to 180 minutes free of charge.
There are four disability car parks in the Riccarton car park and five disability car parks in the Armagh car park. Mobility cards must be displayed in vehicles.

By bike
There are bike racks at the three main entrances - in both the Armagh and Riccarton Avenue carparks, as well as near the entrance to the Gardens on Rolleston Avenue.

By bus
The closest bus route to the Gardens is via the Yellow Line, which stops along Riccarton Avenue.
Please visit Metro Info for information on bus routes and timetables as they are subject to change.

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