What Are You Doing Tomorrow?

April 29th 2010

What are you doing tomorrow to celebrate the launch of NZ Music Month 2010?

Being the tenth, we are kicking off on Saturday 1 May with ten shows across the nation – in fact, one of them is actually ten gigs across the country in its own right!

From diva-licious soul to eight-piece barbershop performances of classic kiwi pop, talking great records in Welly to Christchurch young punks taking over Britomart, the kids being all right in Queenstown to metal so heavy it’ll make you wish you had postponed that haircut another week …  there are over fifty gigs we know about across the country tomorrow, and no reason not to get out there and get amongst it!

Here’s our ten – check out www.nzmusicmonth.co.nz for a whole lot more!


Iva Lamkum  - Auckland - War Memorial Museum @ 2.30pm

Nesian Mystik - Manukau - Westfield Shopping Centre @ 3pm

Die! Die! Die!  & Sewage - Dunedin - King’s High School @ 4pm

Sacha Vee Quartet, Steve Abel, Kim K & Tim Chesney and The Canterbury Plainsmen go Pop - Christchurch Art Gallery @ 5pm

Nick Bollinger talks great NZ records with special guest Dave Dobbyn - Wellington - Mighty Mighty @ 6pm

Bang Bang Eche and The Transistors - Auckland - Union Fish Co., Britomart @ 6pm

Kids Of 88 - Queenstown - Dux de Lux @ 8pm

The Jordan Luck Band - Kaitaia - Twin Peaks @ 8pm

Fractured, Just One Fix & Darklight Corporation - Palmerston North - The Royal @ 9pm

And… All over Aotearoa - One Day… 10 gigs - For the tenth gig let’s have ten more!

grabaseat presents opshop, on their own plane for the day, and setting off on a country-wide journey to play ten shows all over the place.   Be at Christchurch Airport at 6:00am tomorrow to grab a seat – the very last two seats! – on the plane.

Christchurch – Timaru – Hokitika – over Mt Cook - Nelson – Wanagnui – Hastings – Gisborne – Hamilton – Butterfly Creek in Auckland

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