Jen, Kelly and Liz have the talent and experience to deliver an unforgettable show, no matter what the event or venue. They’re sassy, fun and passionate about ensuring their audiences have a fabulous time, every time. With diverse backgrounds in singing, dance and entertaining, the girls had the perfect formula for a girl group.
As Avidiva the girls entertain all around New Zealand, delighting audiences with their impressive shows at a variety of prestigious private, corporate and charitable functions.
From ABBA to AC/DC, Avidiva perform their renditions of famous pop chart hits all delivered with beautiful harmonies, spectacular choreography and dazzling costumes.
Described as energetic, funky, professional and entertaining for audiences young and old, Avidiva are in hot demand as a corporate act. Their constantly updated shows and ever-expanding repertoire mean that they can deliver just the right mix of music to make your event a success!
Jen’s previous singing experiences have been in tribute shows, as Baby in a Spice Girls group and then as Agnetha in an ABBA tribute band, as well as performing in the Harbour City Show Band.
Kelly caught the performing bug early and has been singing in choirs, musical theatre and in the performance troupe, The Young New Zealanders, since she was a young teen, before she joined Avidiva in 2006. She loves the buzz of being on stage and thrives on both audience interaction and the pleasure they get from the shows.
Liz has a passion for acting and has appeared on both small and large screens. Her writing and performing talent has seen her helm and star in acclaimed productions such as Junk and Jezebel of Jazz—Songs and Stories of Anita O’Day. She has always had a love for music, and her strong voice and amazing harmonies complete the group.
And, of course, we can't forget our trusty sound man, Nick, who makes us sound great. After all, Avidiva would not be complete without him.
“Energetic, interactive and extremely polished performers”
“Fantastic performance; energetic and full sounding”