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Weekly Roundup: Friday 23rd July

Weekly Roundup: Friday 23rd July

C.C. / Image: Pickle Darling / Photo credit: Christiane Shortal / Friday 23rd July, 2021 4:58PM


Friday 23rd July

Auckland: Jordan Luck Band - Artworks Theatre, Waiheke Island
Auckland: Coffin Club, Repairs, Venom Dolls - Whammy Backroom
Auckland: Phil Dadson and Simon Allen - Audio Foundation
Auckland: Julia Jacklin - Auckland Town Hall
Auckland: Louisa Nicklin - Whammy Bar
Hamilton: Courtney Barnett, Emily Edrosa - Clarence Street Theatre
Raglan: Fraser Ross and Jazmine Mary - Raglan Old School Arts Centre
Napier: ONONO - Paisley Stage
Palmerston North: Pickle Darling - Snails
Levin: Stretch - Tsunami Sound Studios
Wellington: David Dallas - San Fran
Nelson: Edward Castelow, O And The Mo - Fairfield House
Maharau: Grawlixes - Tim's Place
Christchurch: Jack Page - Space Academy
Oamaru: Jed Parsons - Grainstore Gallery
Dunedin: The Julie Lamb Outfit - Dog With Two Tails

Saturday 24th July

Kumeu: Tom Cunliffe - Kumeu Live (at Kumeu Arts)
Auckland: Georgia Lines - Anthology Lounge
Auckland: Storehouse - The Wine Cellar
Auckland: MDTH, Horror In Clay, Vow Cave - Audio Foundation
Auckland: Shaun's B'Day, NASDAQ, Pink Plates - Whammy Backroom
Auckland: Flying Nun 40th Anniversary - Auckland Town Hall
Auckland: ONONO - Whammy Bar
Hastings: Pickle Darling - Spaceship
New Plymouth: Fraser Ross and Jazmine Mary - POP UP Concert
Wellington: Kulthu - Wellington Beer And Metal Fest - Valhalla
Wellington: Lips and Phoebe Rings - MOON
Wellington: Miss Leading, Proteins Of Magic, Class War On The Dance Floor - Pyramid Club
Wellington: Racing - San Fran
Takaka: Grawlixes - Mussel Inn
Oamaru: The Julie Lamb Outfit - The Penguin Club
Christchurch: Ladi6 - The Loons, Lyttelton
Christchurch: ALT80 - Alternative 80s Dance Party - darkroom
Dunedin: Adelaide Cara - South Dunedin Community Hall

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