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Aotearoa Gigs For The Weekend

Aotearoa Gigs For The Weekend

Samantha Cheong / C.C. / Image: Repairs / Thursday 17th March, 2022 11:05AM

While presently still quiet on the gig front, the future's looking brighter as Aotearoa's borders are reopening to vaccinated overseas travellers from mid-April (for Australia, beginning of May for the rest of the world). There's not much stronger or more resilient than the spirit of our local musicians (except maybe actual spirits from your local bar) — pour one up for the live music community by heading along to a limited capacity, spaced out gig from any (or all) of the options below, even more in our gig guide HERE. Secure your spot by grabbing presale tickets while you can (this supports artists directly), plus don't forget to bring your My Vaccine Pass and photo ID...

Thursday 17th March

A Night With BEING. - Whammy Bar, Auckland, tickets HERE
A Live Tribute to Nujabes (Japan) - Ponsonby Social Club, Auckland, tickets HERE
Diablos Caravan - Hauraki House, Coromandel, tickets HERE
Music In Parks Online: Mema Wilda — free online event, watch HERE


Friday 18th March

TOOMS, Repairs - The Wine Cellar, Auckland, tickets HERE
Thabani Gapara Project Live - Ponsonby Social Club, Auckland, tickets HERE
Video Nasty, The Ideas & Jang - Underground, Auckland [sold out]
Sidewinder ‘Vines’ Album Release Tour - Rattle n’ Hum, Nelson, tickets HERE


Saturday 19th March

Diablos Caravan - The Woolshed Theatre, Te Awamutu [1.30pm], tickets HERE 
Diablos Caravan - Nivara Lounge, Hamilton [7pm], tickets HERE
Sidewinder ‘Vines’ Album Release Tour - 12 Bar, Christchurch, tickets HERE


Sunday 20th March

Feijoada Do Samba Dos Amigos - Ponsonby Social Club, tickets HERE
Diablos Caravan - Raglan Old School Arts Centre, Raglan, tickets HERE


Head over to our GIG GUIDE for more listings!!


Listen to Video Nasty's new single 'Castrate The Predator'...

Links
undertheradar.co.nz/utr/gig_guide/

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