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Soultana Free Music Weekend To End Ak03

Soultana Free Music Weekend To End Ak03 Saturday And Sunday Oct 4th & 5th

Soultana runs for two days on two stages located in Aotea Square and Queen St and will feature blues, jazz, urban soul, rock & Latin, dance and hip-hop acts programmed on the half-hour.

Programme Sat 4th October Aotea Stage 10.00am Somewhere South 11.00am Colliding Traits 12.00am The Have 1.00pm Pan Am 1.45pm Indicator Dog 2.15pm Augustino 2.45pm ZM Comps Fear Factor 3.00pm Rubicon 4.30pm Heavenly Bent 5.30pm Paul Ubana Jones

Queen Street (Indoor Stage option to be advised wednesday 1st October) 10.30am Birgette 11.30am Artistry 12.30pm Caitlin Smith 1.30pm Emma Paki 2.00pm Brooke Fraser 2.30pm Goldenhorse 3.00pm Spinner 4.00pm Max Stowers Band 5.00pm Allegro

L8 NITE BYTE (Indoor Stage option to be advised wednesday 1st October) 5:30pm Verse two 6.30pm B-Line 7.00pm Dunc da Funk 8.00pm DJ Phillipa 9.00pm Bevan Keys 10.00pm Sola Rosa 11.00pm Manuel Bundy 12.00pm House of Downtown fin 1.00am Sunday Morning

ST James World Music Stage 11.15am Madang Hannuri 12.00pm Celtic Grooves 1.00pm Many Hands 1.55pm Waitaiko - Japanese Drums 2.45pm AK Samba 3.30pm Auckland Gamelan

MUST SEE - To have a sample of Aucklands newest and finest we recommend new sensations Pan Am and trusty rockers Rubicon the the Aotea Stage. If you are looking for a place to boogie for free make sure you are there for L8 Nite Byte in Queen St (Indoor option if weather negates to be advused wed 1st October). It will be the dance party of the year. The St James world music programme offers up something for everyone. Sunday Highlights: Sunday October the 5th Aotea Hip Hop RnB Stage 10.00pm P-Sparx 11.00pm Darren Kamali 12.00pm Element X

12.30 Lavina 1.00pm Birgette & Spacificix 1.30pm Straight from the Streets - Dawn Raid 2.00pm Que 2.30pm Fou Nature

3.00pm Logictix 3:15pm ZM promo 3.30pm Fast Crew 4.00pm Ladi 6

4:15 Qwik n Ezy 4.30pm Mareko feat Deceptikonz 5.15pm Nesian Mystik

Queen St Jazz, Soul & Roots Stage 10.00am Many Hands 10.45am Gahu 11.30am Spinner 12.30pm Ddub 1.30pm ZMFM Comps / A few good fellaz 1.45pm Kabraska 2.30pm Vox Nova 3.00pm Heavenly Bent 3.30pm 10 Acre Bloc 4.30pm Soulful Project 5.15pm One Million Dollars

MUST SEE - Check out Straight from the Streets for the HipHop faces of the future. Top 10 artist Mareko and Nesian Mystik deliver the Knock Out blow on the Aotea Stage. For a stone cold funky dance to you drop experience One Million Dollars will blow you away on the Queen Street Stage.

Also qwiknote that the Festival Bar at the civic will be open Saturday & Sunday nights and keep your ear to the ground for a possible Soultana After Party. Stay Tuned

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