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Valhalla Reopening For Live Shows This Week

Valhalla Reopening For Live Shows This Week

Chris Cudby / Image: Planet Of The Dead / Photo credit: Bruce Mackay / Tuesday 14th September, 2021 9:39AM

Te Whanganui a Tara's beloved home of heavy metal, subterranean dance ragers and so much more, Valhalla are leading the charge for the return of live music in Aotearoa once more, reopening their gates for seated gigs from this Wednesday onwards. Operating under the more restricted new Alert Level 2 conditions, capacity for these events will be strictly limited to 50 attendees, social distancing measures will be in place (everyone needs to be 1 metre apart) and masks need to be worn when not imbibing a thirst-quenching beverage. Valhalla have announced a fun twist on the latter with a mask competition being held for every Level 2 show, where the the "coolest / funniest / most unique masker wearer" wins a bar tab on them. NZ's venues desperately need everyone's support if our live music culture is going to keep thriving into the future — consider it your civic duty to head along to any / all of these killer shows happening at Valhalla this very week, we advise snapping up presales while you can...

Wednesday 15th September — Songs For Skeleton feat. Bad Hagrid, Rose Lubransky, Esbee and the Zooks; presale tickets available HERE via UTR

Thursday 16th September — NOISE>DRONE>REPEAT w/ Forgotten Architecture, Sluggernaut, Vital Artery, Daniel Beban ($5 on the door, doors at 8pm, first act on 8.30ish)

Friday 17th September — Mortal Vice, The Heathen Collective + extra special bogans

Saturday 18th September — Into Orbit w/ Planet Of The Dead & Mammuthus; presale tickets available HERE via UTR

Experience Planet Of The Dead's epic video for the title track to their new album Pilgrim...

Links
facebook.com/ValhallaMusicVenue/
covid19.govt.nz/alert-levels-and-updates/alert-level-2/#cafes
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