Kiwi reggae on the coast

Katchafire will be smokin’ when they play Byron this Sunday.
Katchafire will be smokin’ when they play Byron this Sunday.

IRIE is the third single off Katchafire's platinum selling, fourth studio album On The Road Again.

The Aotearoa roots rockers are one of the hardest working, most respected collectives to come out of New Zealand and have evolved into a formidable force on the international music scene.

The eight-piece collective hosts five extraordinary singer-songwriters, and delivers one of the most authentic reggae shows around today. Their distinctly NZ sound is backed by a live show packed with hits.

Feel the looping bass lines and groovin' spirit when Katchafire plays the Northern in Byron this Sunday, September 9, with Raz Bin Sam & The Lion 1 Band.

Tickets are $40 (+bf) from or $50 from the door.

The doors open at 8.30pm.

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