Living Wage Stage

  • When: 4th Mar 10:00am
  • Where: Constable St
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Wellington musicians and poets bring a message about poverty and inequality to this year’s festival with a Living Wage stage. The stage has come together under Artists for the Living Wage, which is part of the growing Living Wage movement. The Living Wage movement is an alliance of faith and community organisations and unions committed to raising awareness of the impact of low wages on workers, their families and communities and calling for the Living Wage. The Living Wage is a wage that enables workers to lead decent lives and participate in society.

MCAti Teepa, Garry Smith and Stephanie Rodgers
10:50amThe Travesties
11:40amGold Medal Famous
12:30pmDJ Panda & Friends
1:20pmThe Tudor Consort
2:10pmUpper Hutt Posse
3:00pmThe All Seeing Hand
Stephanie Rodgers
“Stephanie Rodgers is a campaigner, communicator, and commentator on New Zealand politics. She blogs at and loves knitting, guinea pigs and socialist discourse.”
Ati Teepa
Ati is Tuhoe and grew up in Te Urewera. Ati currently produces public programmes at Te Papa, and is an active member of the infamous Kava Club. Interests include, art, culture and smashing the patriarchal capitalist system that forces people to work for less than a living wage.

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