Here at Pomeroy's we have exciting and interesting beer events every month. If you have an interest in craft beer and the people that make it, this is for you. Remember to book in quick for these as numbers are always limited.
Southpaw Week: Starting 24th April
We are excited to celebrate Southpaw Brewing during the last week of April, come join us!
Beer Baroness Beer Dinner: Thursday 29th June
Enjoy a beer dinner with the Angel of Ales, Queen of Craft... the Beer Baroness.
Limited to 50 bookings, Tickets $100pp - Ask at the bar at Pomeroy's! Don't miss it.
We are taking a little Quiz sabbatical over the winter months! We'll keep you posted!
Regular Music Acts
Good times are to be had at Pomeroy's and you can find out more about each act below
Renowned for his entertaining upbeat rockabilly folk style and anarchic banter Lindon Puffin’s latest album has been receiving rave reviews with Graham Reid from the NZ Herald awarding it 4.5 stars and describing it as Tom Petty like swirling pop which hints at Crowded House & New Wave equally. Website
Devilish Mary & The Holy Rollers
Devilish Mary and the Holy Rollers started out trying to be a western swing band, about 80 years too late but who's counting. And they still do that, to the great delight of many swing dancers who'll Lindy hop the night away to their whisky fueled outpourings. Website
The Eastern - Adam McGrath / Jess & Alice
Vintage Blue is a Vocal & Guitar duo. Blending their own unique spin on pop music with mellow Jazz grooves and a few originals thrown in for good measure. Website
King Tubbs play instrumental, dubbed out jazzy twists on songs and grooves from The Doors, Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, The Police, Chilli Peppers, Earnest Raglan, just to name a few. King Tubbs oozes feel and soul. Their unique combination of virtuosity and electric energy captivates and gets everyone’s feet tapping. Website
La Petite Manouche
La Petite Manouche is a collaboration between Christchurch guitarists Burke Goffe and Robbie Averill, with the aim of creating a blend of the Parisian wartime gypsy jazz music popularised by Django Reinhardt with modern jazz, world, folk, classical music and more. Website
The duo performs material ranging from classic jazz standards to more modern pieces as well as some pop tunes. Though the collaboration is relatively new the duo have already notched up quite a few gigs in a wide variety of settings – such is the versatility of the format. Expect to see more of these chaps around the new Christchurch this summer.
Bongo from the Congo
Meet Toque. Toque is a musical creation originating in Christchurch. Toque consists of two guys. Their names are Drew and James AKA Fingers and Soul. Website