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THURSDAY MAY 22 - WYNDHAM BOWLING CLUB - 10pm onwards 50Hz, Rhian Sheehan, DJ Shan with guest vocalists Ladi6, Miss La and hummel ($10 - door sales only)

FRIDAY MAY 23 - INSTORE AT REAL GROOVY, QUEEN STREET - 6.30pm 50Hz, Rhian Sheehan, DJ Shan with guest vocalists Ladi6, and hummel (Free)

SATURDAY MAY 24 - GALATOS - 9pm onwards 50Hz, Rhian Sheehan, DJ Shan with guest vocalists Ladi6, Miss La and hummel Live support from Verse Two and Skyman / 2 screen visuals ($15 presales from Real Groovy)


It has been a while since Wellington producers 50Hz and Rhian Sheehan have made it to Auckland. So getting into the spirit of New Zealand music month they've decided to head north and, with their respective entourages will be swooping on Auckland for three nights.

They will be playing two gigs. One on Thursday night at the Wyndham Bowling Club and one at Galatos on Saturday night with support from Auckland's next big things - Verse Two and Skyman. And on Friday at 6.30pm both Rhian Sheehan and 50Hz have been invited to perform live in store at Real Groovy Queen Street. They will each be doing 45min sets with guests Ladi6, hummel and DJ Shan.

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