The Others Way



Tour Information
In association with Hallertau Brewery & 95bFM, Flying Out is stoked to present The Others Way Festival 2019, now in its fifth year running. This Friday August 30, Auckland’s Karangahape Road district will come to life with out annual multi-venue extravaganza returning to celebrate the best in alternative music from across the country (and a few from around the globe).

Here is the first line up, with more to be announced:

The Others Way Festival 2019

Friday 30th August – Karangahape Road District, Tāmaki Makaurau
The Wine Cellar, Whammy Bar, Whammy Backroom, Neck of the Woods, The Fale at Samoa House, Cross Street Market, Galatos, The Studio, The Thirsty Dog, Audio Foundation, Hopetoun Alpha, Mercury Theatre

Featuring... Bad Timing, BEING., Ben Woods, Blam Blam Blam, Carnivorous Plant Society, The Chills, Chris Cohen, Church & AP, Contenders, Cortina, Crap Date, Creme Jean, Dateline, DOG Power, Echo Ohs, Gary War, Hans Pucket, Jade Imagine, Jen Cloher, John Maus, Linen, Long Distance Runner, Mermaidens, Negative Nancies, NT Honey, Ounce, Purple Pilgrims, Randa, Reb Fountain, Richard Maybe’s Passion for Nature, Sad Freq, Shiraz & LSJ, Soaked Oats, Straitjacket Fits, Sulfate, Superstarz, Tiny Ruins, Troy Kingi, Vayne, Water, Wax Chattles

(The Terminals, John Maus, Bailey Wiley, Princess Chelsea are no longer playing)

Friendly Potential’s Others Way After Party
Featuring... Borrowed cs and Mara TK - Neck of the Woods, 12.30am start (free entry with your Others Way wristband / general public door sales)

The 2019 festival takes place across 12 venues - including The Wine Cellar, Whammy! Bar and Backroom, Neck of the Woods, The Fale at Samoa House, Cross Street Market, Galatos, The Studio, The Thirsty Dog, Audio Foundation. Plus, two more venues join the lineup this year including the majestic Hopetoun Alpha and Mercury Theatre. With special thanks to Cosmic NZ, Fentimans, Going Global, Kate Sylvester, K Road Business Association, McCarthy Design and Thomson's Whiskey.

* Event is R18 - please bring ID. You must wear your wristband to get into the venues. No wristband - no entry.

* Aim to get the wristband as early as possible as K Road will be busy. We will do everything to schedule the event to avoid clashes and venues being at full capacity, but please be aware from time to time you may need to wait in line to get into a venue. If there is an act you absolutely can't miss - make sure you get to the venue in plenty of time.

* The full schedule will be published a week before the event.



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