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Weekly Roundup: Friday 19th February

Weekly Roundup: Friday 19th February

Chris Cudby / Image: Church and AP / Friday 19th February, 2021 4:32PM

Now that's what we call a weird week. Thankfully Covid restrictions have completely lifted for most of Aotearoa, but Auckland still remains at Alert Level 2 until Monday at least, following our three day surprise lockdown. This means that live events in the super city can still take place, but everyone must be spaced out (remember that phrase?) one metre apart and gigs are capped at 100 maximum attendees — brush up on the details here. Understandably that's thrown a few curveballs Tāmaki Makaurau's way this weekend, but there's still plenty of seated and unrestricted shows happening throughout NZ to make the most of...


Friday 19th February

Auckland: Proteins Of Magic, Lucky Boy - The Wine Cellar
Hamilton: Sam Bartells - Nivara Lounge
New Plymouth: Reid & Ruins - 4th Wall Theatre
Wellington: Macho Macho, Miss Cressida, Wiri Donna - San Fran
Wellington: Performance Arcade feat. Belladonna, Sports Dreams, Ludus, Onono - Waterfront Behind Te Papa
Christchurch: Semiconductor (Live) - Cassels Blue Smoke
Christchurch: Ben Woods, Womb, Opposite Sex, The Bats - Christchurch Art Gallery
Dunedin: Guardian Singles - Dive
Invercargill: Jenny, Maegan and Nicola Mitchell - Southland Musicians Club

Saturday 20th February

Auckland: Jazmine Mary, Louisa Nicklin - The Wine Cellar
Auckland: We Will Ride Fast, Swallow The Rat - Cupid Bar
Auckland: Hackjob, No Brainers, Pulvinar - 605 Morningside
Tauranga: Reid & Ruins - Xspace Baycourt
Wellington: Church & AP, Vayne - San Fran
Wellington: Malpractice feat. Ursula Le Sin, Acid Police, crone, Current Bias, Zozo, Alice Agnes - Valhalla
Wellington: Mermgrown - Workingmens Bowling Club
Christchurch: Your Indigo, Toyota - gin gin
Dunedin: Asta Rangu & Males - Dive

Head over to our Gig Guide for more listings!!


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