Coming Events

The Wave - Chapter 10

Dates: Saturday 22 December

Forever Kings present Chapter 10 of THE WAVE

Hosted by Ritchie Jenkins and featuring Rell the DJ, Robba, and Dizfunk.

9pm till 2am - $10 on the door

Frank Burkitt Band

Dates: Thursday 24th Jan

TICKETS $28 from eventfinda.co.nz or $25 from Aviary.

The reception The Frank Burkitt Band received when they first played at The Dome back in May 2017 was hard to rival. They cannot wait to try and stir up a similar reaction this time around. One of the most beautiful small venues in Aotearoa, the Dome is bursting with vintage charm and is a perfect setting for The Frank Burkitt Band's smooth delivery, rootsy swing and sharp suits!

Frank is a storyteller, songwriter, singer and guitarist. In that order. His rambling anecdotes aim to give the audience more of a connection with his songs. A folk songwriter at his core, American roots music with hints of jazz, blues and swing very much shape his music. When he relocated to Wellington from Edinburgh with his partner and backing vocalist Kara Filbey, he formed The Frank Burkitt Band, with blues and country mandolin player Cameron Burnell and jazz double bassist James Geluk. This mix of styles and genres gives their show unique variety, alongside tight knit harmonies and well crafted arrangements.

2019 will see The Frank Burkitt Band embark on the longest tour of their lives. From January - June, they intend to take their music all around New Zealand, Australia and the UK. Yes, they are quite ambitious and slightly unhinged. They will be releasing a new live EP to coincide with their touring adventures. They have also been announced as finalists for the NZ Music Award for Best Folk Artist 2019! Tickets are available online at eventfinda.co.nz or direct from Aviary at the PBC.

Erinsphere

Dates: Sunday 27th Jan

From 6pm in the garden bar with FREE entry - what more could you want!

Weaving all aspects of a small band into a seamless live solo performance, Erinsphere is the loopy brainchild of NZ-born musician Erin, who has been touring the Australasian coastlines for the best part of five years honing her craft and live show.

Progressive, upbeat folk, where dubby, reggae basslines combine with beatboxing and impeccable, synth-style vocal harmonies, Erin's sound and rhythmic groove is inspired by the heavyweights in catchy, conscious music. Using techniques comparable to those of contemporary legends Tash Sultana and Ed Sheeran, the ‘Erinsphere' is essentially about creating something that uplifts and inspires, in a similar way to John Lennon’s “Imagine” or Michael Jackson’s “Heal the World”; layered right in front of your eyes. But you might want to wear your dancing shoes.

POVERTY BAY BLUES NIGHT

Dates: First Tuesday of the month

The best in live music!

Come down on the first Tuesday of the month for the best selection of local music at the Poverty Bay Blues Night. Each month sees a new line-up of musicians giving us a taste of what they've got.

Doors open at 7pm, bands start 8pm. Just $5 on the door