I was at this show and remember it vividly - slowpogo is absolutely correct - it was the Fleadh Festival at Finsbury Park in London, June 1994. I'm pretty sure the Maori choir and log drummers were London-based and only joined Crowded House at a portion of the U.K. leg of the Together Alone tour that summer.
Peter Jones was on drums so although it was Hester-esue, it was actually Neil's comment during some banter that had arisen on several occasion that night due to the large line of security personnel stationed in the pit between the band and front rows of the audience.
There was actually some choice banter throughout the night actually, relating to the security, the heckler who told them "get on with it", Ireland's fortunes in the soccer World Cup which was going on at the time, CH's eligibility to headline an Irish festival - all funny stuff.
Also notable for a nice acapella performance of "The Parting Glass" and the slowed down acoustic version of "Locked Out" as it was originally written.
Hard to fathom that it was almost 20 years ago!!
It's all out there - the show was broadcast live on radio, highlights were shown on an ITV TV show presented by Gary Crowley not long after the event, and of course there's a fan club disc.
Funny to think that a not dissimilar scenario with security played out when the reformed Crowded House played the Glastonbury festival.