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Auckland Live NZMM!

We love New Zealand Music Month and so does Auckland Live, who have put together a host of amazing free events for all who want to celebrate New Zealand Music. Shotties Auckland Live. 

Auckland Live at Lunch 

Friday 10 – Friday 24 May 

Head to The Civic for your lunch break with live music on the side! 

Enjoy tunes from these local legends! 

Julien Dyne | Born in 1979 (Montreal /Canada), Julien Dyne is a multi-talented Drummer, Producer, DJ and Visual Artist based in Auckland, New Zealand. 

Best known for his solo output on Soundway Records (London), BBE Records (worldwide) and Wonderful Noise (Japan), he also performs and records with a whole host of top acts including Half Hexagon, The Lahaar, Ladi 6, Avantdale Bowling Club, The Circling Sun and Some Other Planets. 

The Leonard Charlse Group | Leonard Charles aka Jeremy Toy is a multi-instrumentalist and music producer from Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland. The Leonard Charles Group is a psychedelic soul group that plays a back catalog of Leonard Charles music in an improvised manner drawing on influences from John Coltrane, J Dilla, Ebo Taylor, Santana, Jimi Hendrix and Parliament Funkadelic. 

Romi Wrights & The Commotions | Although she grew up on the sensibilities of US RnB and Hip-hop, when the Tokelauan singer-songwriter Romi Wrights shares her voice, it’s hard not to feel transported back to the spirit of the late 1960s soul/funk era by her incandescent melodies and stirring stories of love, loss and the confusion that lies in between. 

FromThePit 

Saturday 2 – Friday 31 May 

Check out the photo exhibition at Aotea square as part of the Auckland Live Digital Stage. The exhibition captures New Zealand's homegrown music culture, and showcases some of the most talented music photographers from across Aotearoa. 

Ka Mu Ka Muri. 

Saturday 2 – Friday 31 May 

The Auckland Live Digital Stage in Aotea Square will also feature A collection of interviews and performances on the big screen with Auckland musicians and songwriters working in the fringes of the Tāmaki Makaurau music community spanning various genres from folk to RnB. 

There’s something for everyone, so come on down and celebrate the stories, experiences, and live music of Aotearoa right here in the heart of Tāmaki Makaurau.