Coming Events

Ciaran McMeeken

Dates: Thurs 18 Jan 7pm

$15 presales from Aviary or undertheradar.co.nz, $20 on the door
This will be McMeeken’s first major tour of the country which he will be performing his self titles debut album! Performing solo, he’ll be delighting fans with his incredible voice and classic singer-songwriter vibe - with support from solo artist and friend, Jasper Hawkins.

Promising to play tunes from his diverse catalogue, Ciaran’s set will include recent hit
singles 'Which Way Shall We Go?' and 'That Feeling' as well as his breakout
single 'City', which has had over 1.7 million plays on Spotify to date.

Starting his career in Dunedin, Ciaran self-released his debut EP 'The Valley' in 2014,
followed by 2015’s 'Screaming Man'. In 2016 Ciaran was invited to join Avalanche
City and Ronan Keating for their New Zealand tours and more recently was on the
bill as support for American singer-songwriter Andy Grammer’s Auckland show.

Shenandoah Davis

Dates: Sat 20th Jan 8pm

Presales from Aviary $15, or $20 on the door

SHENANDOAH DAVIS RETURNS TO NEW ZEALAND WITH FULL BAND NEW FULL-LENGTH ALBUM SOUVENIRS OUT NOW ON PLUME RECORDS (US) AND HOME ALONE RECORDS (NZ)

US-based musician and songwriter Shenandoah Davis is thrilled to announce her third tour of New Zealand, coinciding with the release of her third full-length record, Souvenirs, which came out in September. The album was lauded by Pitchfork as "pitch-perfect chamber pop" and by American Songwriter as "the perfect introduction to her orchestral brand of rock-tinged indie pop and her sweeping, singular voice."

Davis has spent the last decade releasing music and touring the globe, gaining acclaim from fans and fellow musicians, including two previous tours of New Zealand playing not only venues in the city, but in more remote, far-reaching destinations. Her first two tours to New Zealand each spanned the length of six weeks and included two appearances at Camp A Low Hum, a performance on Good Morning, and accompanists/tour mates including dear friend Anthonie Tonnon as well as Stelth Ulvang (The Lumineers.) On this particular trip back, she is excited to bring along the same touring band that traveled the US with her in the fall - her younger sister Alenni, who recently graduated from college will be appearing on viola and synthesizers, and Ian Williams (The Thoughts) on guitar and drums.

Nation - Pop Vulture Summer Tour

Dates: Sat 27 Jan

$10 presales from eventfinda.co.nz, $15 limited tickets on the door.
Wellington based Electro Soul Pop force field, Nation, burst onto the scene in 2016 with their debut self-titled E.P.

Since then, the band have honed their unique sound, through their sophisticated fusion of genres and concoction of upbeat tunes, giving audiences an exciting, diverse musical experience - guaranteed to get you moving.

Described as New Zealand’s answer to Jamiroquai, the band are pleased to announce the imminent arrival of their explosive sophomore E.P. Pop Vulture in January 2018.

In support of Pop Vulture’s release, the band will be taking their dynamite live show on the road, playing nine shows around New Zealand’s North Island.

Catch this fresh and energetic live act in a town near you in January 2018.

Pop Vulture will be available for purchase from all good digital outlets, with physical copies available at live shows.

Nation is comprised of the soaring vocals of Miharo Gregory, the grooving basslines of Dhanesh Parmar, the intricate guitar riffs of Ngarewa ‘Nag’ Reid, bound together by the solid rhythmic foundations of Marcus Gurtner.

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