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Weekly Roundup: Friday 26th June

Weekly Roundup: Friday 26th June

Chris Cudby / Photo of Adam Hattaway And The Haunters credit: Kerryn Lyes, @cultherocontent / Friday 26th June, 2020 4:26PM

There's an increasing number of great gigs to look forward to as we charge into the weekend, but we'd be straight up negligent not to mention how lucky we are that there's live shows happening at all! Aotearoa can claim to have literally one of the best live music scenes in the world now more than ever, as large portions of the rest of the globe's stages are still closed to the public due to Covid-19. Let's collectively make the most of what we've got and celebrate our live music community (who are still recovering from being closed during lockdown) by getting out there and amongst it this weekend...


Friday 19th June

Auckland: Baby Zionov '... And You Are The Bitch' EP Release
Auckland: Ill Baz, Half Queen, Pom - Neck Of The Woods
Auckland: Friends & Whanau Sessions - Ponsonby Social Club
Auckland: Storehouse (Early & Late Shows) - The Wine Cellar
Raglan: Strangely Arousing, Leighton Fairlie, Dj Sulu - The Yot Club
Palmerston North: Manawatu Metal Night - The Stomach
Wellington: State Sanctioned Shindig - Valhalla
Christchurch: End-of-Iso Band Night - Papanui Youth Centre
Invercargill: Paul Ubana Jones - Ascot Park Hotel
Online: Better Living TV - Streaming Event, also screening at Christchurch's Space Academy w/ DJs

Saturday 20th June

Auckland: The Murderchord, Piss Shop Boys, Snitch Jimmy, Cootie Cuties - Thirsty Dog
Auckland: Henrique Morales Quartet - Ponsonby Social Club
Auckland: Storehouse (Early & Late Shows) - The Wine Cellar
Wellington: Creeps Fundraiser On The Moon - Moon1
Christchurch: Runaround Sue, Adam Hattaway And The Haunters - The Wunderbar
Dunedin: Paul Ubana Jones - Carey's Bay Historic Hotel
Dunedin: DJ Danny Brady, DJ Dudley Benson - Woof!

Head over to our Gig Guide for more listings!!



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