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King Kapisi, DJ Raw And Vee

Orientation 2001 is proud to bring you the very best in Aotearoa hip hop, King Kapisi, together with Raw and Vee, in the intimate atmosphere of the Matterhorn Gardens, as some of the premier playas in our homegrown hip hop scene come together for a very special show.

Do not miss this opportunity to see Aotearoa¹s premier hip hop artists in the gardens of the Matterhorn, Thursday 1st March. Students $8, Wellingtonians $10, tickets on the door from 9pm.

King Kapisi, live and 100% Samoan, at the Matterhorn in Cuba Mall. Thursday 1st March, brought to you as part of Orientation 2001, with the help of Saturn and Radio Active.

The Matterhorn Big Weekender.

Featuring an action packed weekend of underground Wellington electronica and eclectic selections, as Orientation 2001 puts the spotlight on some of Wellington¹s finest DJs and performers.

Kicking things off, the Matterhorn¹s Mu, heavyweight champ of local DJs, showcases his selection in an evening with Mu and Friends, Friday 2nd March.

Saturday evening lest you let your hair down and your hips swing to Electric Brasil, featuring Cian, Cuff and Zen.

And Sunday 4th March sees a relaxed affair with Fat Freddies Drop and DJ Zero.

Don't miss this opportunity to see some of Wellington¹s finest 21st century entertainment in the gardens of Wellington¹s finest bar, the Matterhorn... Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th March, at the Matterhorn in Cuba Mall.

The Matterhorn 106 Cuba Street. Wellington. NZ


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