New Results for the NZ Music Venue Infrastructure Fund Announced

September 24th 2020
Over $2.6million has now been allocated to NZ Music Venues across Aotearoa.

NZ Music Venue Infrastructure Fund is to support COVID-19 related health and safety measures for music venues and support the infrastructure costs for original NZ music performance venues across New Zealand. This investment will provide music venues a contribution towards the costs associated with operating a live music venue with an environment which is fit for purpose and safe for artists, audiences and staff, and assist in ensuring a viable ongoing touring circuit for original NZ music.

 

34 venues are announced today, bringing us to 77 venues that have been supported to date by the Fund across 26 towns and cities around New Zealand. There are a handful of venue applications still processing and being finalised, and we will publish the full list of all venues in approximately two weeks.

The past two rounds are available here and here.


4th Wall Theatre, New Plymouth

ADJØ, Dunedin

Flux, Christchurch

Freida Margolis, Auckland

Grainstore Gallery, Oamaru

Hide, Christchurch

Hollywood Avondale, Auckland

Ink, Auckland

Laundry, Wellington

LOOP, Papanui, Christchurch

Meow, Wellington

MoveSpace, Auckland

Neck of the Woods, Auckland

Nelson Centre of Musical Arts, Nelson

R Bar, Wellington

Roots Bar, Takaka

Screaming Rooster, Dunedin

Silent Studios, Onehunga, Auckland

Smash Palace, Gisborne

Space Studio & Gallery, Whanganui

Starters Bar, Dunedin

SUPER, Lyttleton

Sweat Shop Brew Kitchen, Auckland

The Great Hall, The Arts Centre, Christchurch

The Meteor Theatre, Hamilton

The Turner Centre, Kerikeri

The Vault, Auckland

The Whiskey, Auckland

The Yot Club, Raglan

Tuatara Cafe & Bar, Invercargill

Vogelmorn Hall, Wellington

Waihi Beach Hotel, Waihi Beach

Waterbar, Wanaka

Win-Win, Auckland

Wunderbar, Lyttleton


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