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Upcoming Concerts and Events

We care about music at AMS and reckon we can give you a pretty good guide to what’s hot and what’s not! Here are a few gigs that would be worth seeing.

JUST MISSED OUT:

Jim Beam Homegrown – Reminisce on your AMS System today! Homegrown playlist available in your music media manager now. 

Saturday March 4. Wellington Waterfront, Wellington

Day/ night festival with an epic line-up!

SIX60
FAT FREDDY’S DROP
LADI 6

SHIHAD
DRAX PROJECT
BAKERS EDDY

COMING SOON:

Wildfoods Festival – Saturday March 11. Hokitika

Listen to Salmonella Dub and Smashbox while digging into mountain oysters, duck heads, crocodile bites, pork trotters, seagull eggs and much more!

Cuba Dupa – Saturday March 25 – Sunday March 26. Wellington

With Tiki Tane being the big attraction there are loads of acts kicking off over the weekend. The Bucket Fountain Babe, DJ Takas and Zeal presenting young local talent like Mishap.

Jethro Tull – Thursday 20 April. Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington

With four NZ shows Jethro Tull will be hitting the stage in Wellington followed by two Auckland Shows 22nd and 23rd April at the ASB Theatre, Aotea Theatre with his first show in Christchurch already SOLD OUT! Expect the classics, Bungle in the Jungle, Life is a Long Song and Aqualung.

Green Day – SECOND DATE ADDED Sunday 14 May. Vector Arena, Auckland

With two concerts back to back, these 90s punk rockers will be drawing a crowd for their Revolution Radio Tour in support of their 12th studio album. You don’t have to be an American idiot to love Green Day.

Tash Sultana – Thursday 25 May. The Bedford, Christchurch;  Friday 26 May. San Fran Bath House, Wellington;  Saturday 27 May. Powerstation, Auckland

The latest sensation out of Australian shores taking the world by storm, after going viral with her bedroom recordings, Tash now has over 50 sold out shows for 2017. A self-taught singer, songwriter, beatboxer and looping guitarist, with more instrumental knowledge than a ten-piece band. Not to be missed!

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