The sheep are bleating and the flowers are blooming which can only mean one thing…  gone are the days of having to get rid of the condensation on your windscreen and racking up the power bill with your electric blanket. As the nights get warmer, the gigs only get better! 

Lock ‘em in now so you’re not THAT person in the group chat without a ticket. 


Greta Van Fleet

It’s the gig you’ve been waiting for all year! After initially postponing their show in February due to casually having to accept a Grammy Award for Best Rock Album, the American rockers Greta Van Fleet will finally hit our shores on September 10. 🤘

Their ‘March of The Peaceful Army’ World Tour show at the Logan Campbell Centre has now SOLD OUT so get there early to nab the best spot!


Denzel Curry

Lucky for Denzel Curry, he’ll get to enjoy not one but two Air New Zealand safety videos this year as he just can’t seem to stay away! After killing his performance at Laneway Festival NZ this summer, plus two sold out shows in Wellington, Denzel is making a return to Auckland for two headline shows at K Road’s Studio The Venue on September 25 and 26. 

With one show already sold out and limited tickets remaining for the second show, you’ll want to get them in your cart ASAP. 


Listen In

Missed the line-up? We gotchu.

 Listen In is returning to Auckland on Friday, October 4 and has a NEW HOME at Mount Smart Stadium! 

Listen In is a concentrated version of Australia’s Listen Out, bringing a hand-picked selection of talent to beautiful Auckland. The lineup every year just keeps getting better and better, this is definitely going to be one unforgettable weekend… Schoolboy Q, Flume, Diplo, 6lack, slowthai…. 🤯

The third and final release of tickets are on sale now here and won’t last long.



The ever elusive Benee seems to be on a plane every day. Is she in Toronto? Los Angeles? Melbourne? Maybe Berlin? Well we know for sure that the Kiwi songstress is going to be in Wellington on October 5. Playing tracks such as ‘Soaked’, ‘Evil Spider’ and ‘Glitter’ from her flawless debut EP ‘FIRE ON MARZZ’ at a one-off special show at the infamous San Fran Bath House. 

Seeing these songs come to life is a work of art, and to those of you who got tickets before it sold out – you’re in for a real treat. Keep up with all of Benee’s antics on her ‘gram right here.

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To celebrate the 1 year anniversary of his album ‘MILKY WAY’ and 2019 EP ‘Spilled Milk 1’ Sudanese rapper Bas is bringing his ‘Milk Down Under’ Tour to New Zealand for two very special shows. Born in Paris and raised in Queens, New York, Bas took up the rap game in 2010 and was the very first signee to J Cole’s Dreamville Records. He has a dedicated fan community known as “The Fiends” and we can’t wait to see them all out in full force for two wild nights. 🥛

Catch him at his R18 shows at Studio The Venue in Auckland on October 16 and Wellington’s Meow Bar on October 17. 


Angus & Julia Stone

Angus & Julia Stone are in New Zealand so much that we need to get them to sign adoption papers (do you think Australia would notice?!). Following their hugely popular shows in Nelson and New Plymouth in March, the indie-rock duo are swapping the Coachella and Lollapalooza stage for the Church Road Winery in Napier in October for their FINAL show of their ‘Harvest Moon’ concert series. Their decade long career spanning four albums, multi-platinum sales and numerous ARIA and APRA awards has won the admiration of fans around the world. 

Here’s their recent cover of 5SOS’s ‘Young Blood’ to pass the time until October 26.

Get your tickets here.



It’s been 7 YEARS (too long) since Britpop legends Gomez were here back in 2012 and they’re making it up to us by bringing an exclusive set in a first for Kiwi fans. The indie five-piece band will perform songs from their award winning debut album ‘Bring It On’ alongside tracks from their second album ‘Liquid Skin’ to celebrate its 20th anniversary reissue. 

This will all be going down at Auckland’s Powerstation on November 1. It’s not often artists treat their fans to a tour prioritising their previous discography, so make sure you snap up your tickets and live a night that you’ll never be able to see EVER again!