Reminiscent of an old worldly dance hall, Cassels Blue Smoke offers up a fine array of euphonic performances from local luminaries and international heavy weights alike.
See our event guide below to view all upcoming shows.
Following a fuzz-ladened debut album ‘All Dat Love’, A.H.’s second album ‘Crying Lessons’, (produced by the acclaimed Delaney Davidson) stripped back the noise to focus on their rock’n’roll roots. With their third album, ‘WOOLSTON, TEXAS’, the band have found their sound.
Wāhine Toa is an event to showcase Indigenous women of diverse ages, style and experience through storytelling, music and voice. Wāhine Toa is an opportunity for whānau and the whole community to celebrate Indigenous women for who they are and their value in our lives as creators, visionaries, protectors, innovators, leaders and connectors.
Dunedin’s finest, The Chills release their seventh studio album ‘Scatterbrain’, a glorious self- examination of Martin Phillipps’ songwriting hot (ish) on the heels of the hugely successful ‘Snow Bound’ (2018) and the critically-acclaimed movie ‘The Chills. ‘Scatterbrain’ is a life passing before your ears as uncertainty increases and fake news rumbles on; during which aliens invade, Phillipps scales the walls beyond abandon as he probes the minutiae of worlds within worlds and the hourglass fills. A landmark album from one of the great modern song writers, it’s pure pop music for the new normal and we can’t wait to see how it ends…
Team Dynamite are thrilled to announce their first tour in over six years, in support of their sold out top five album ‘Respect The Process’. The band will be celebrating the release with a six date tour around New Zealand, including shows in Gisborne, Napier, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin and finishing in Auckland.
Monty Bevins is a New Zealand based singer-songwriter, known as a touching, spirited performer, whose soul-folk songs ask the big questions while telling the small stories. With a warm rich voice articulate guitar grooves, Monty digs out and distills themes of tenderness, personal revolution and adventure.
Wellington sludge metal titans Beastwars are celebrating the 10th anniversary of their iconic debut self-titled album with a nationwide tour. The brutal and barbaric debut long player firmly established Beastwars’ reputation as one of New Zealand’s most powerful and uncompromising groups. Wellington heavy psych duo Earth Tongue will open all shows with their explosive fuzz-laden stoner pop. Prepare yourself for mind-frying riff action.
THE DARK EIGHTIES DANCE PARTY – CHRISTCHURCH DEBUT! We originated on the West Coast of North America + have sold out nights in WELLINGTON, AUCKLAND, MONTREAL, VANCOUVER, TORONTO, AND LONDON! We’ll be playing your favourite (and some more obscure) DARK 80s anthems until LATE
It’s been a year since Jeremy Redmore released his acclaimed comeback album The Brightest Flame. It was a release cut short by Covid’s varying symptoms, but the season is now right to take these cinematic songs and their embedded stories to audiences across Aotearoa. Redmore says fans can expect not only songs from The Brightest Flame, but also from his complete catalogue, including unheard interpretations of Midnight Youth hits.
Due to Covid Alert Level restrictions put in place by the NZ government, Clap Clap Riot have postponed all dates of their planned March tour. The rescheduled tour will now take place in August. If you have already purchased a ticket these tickets will remain valid for the new date. If you are unable to attend the new date, please contact your ticket provider for a full refund.
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