The A List: Weekend of Music

The A List: Weekend of Music

We may be small but we are mighty – especially when it comes to music! New Zealand has been attracting some pretty major names in recent times, including Sting, Justin Timberlake and Queen B (Beyonce) herself – and our local talent is worth a listen too.

Want proof? Head along to some of the amazing gigs lighting up our shores this weekend. We guarantee there’ll be good beats and a chance to show off your sweet moves – even if that pesky storm decides to gatecrash.

 

WOMAD, New Plymouth

The World of Music and Dance festival hits New Plymouth this weekend promising three days of fantastic cultural food, art and music. With four stages and over 30 acts there’s a whole lot of fun to be had!

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Keen for a drink beforehand? Why not check out New Plymouth’s favourite go-to, Our Place. Central location, comfy booths and an extensive range of cocktails, it’s definitely the place to be. They are also hosting the WOMAD after party with guest DJs from the festival.

 

The Eagles, Auckland

Fancy a walk down memory lane? The Eagles are bringing their “History Of'” tour to Mount Smart Stadium this weekend. Prices start at $150.00 to see the celebrated American band play their top hits including, Heartache Tonight and Hotel California.

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Perfect pre-show drink spot: Garrison Public House. Located in Penrose near Mt Smart, they’ll have you covered for a cheeky beverage before the concert starts.

 

The Black Seeds, David Dallas and Katchafire, Auckland

As a part of Auckland University of Technology’s O Week, The Black Seeds, David Dallas and Katchafire are teaming up for a concert on campus. Not a student? Never fear, it’s only $40 entry for the general public to see these iconic Kiwi reggae bands.

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Tyler Street Garage is just a short walk around the corner for a pre-event drink. The cocktail list is worth a gander and the rooftop bar with harbour views is a must!

 

 

 

 

 

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