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Big Music in an intimate space

For immediate release
July 2005

Heineken Music Green Room Sessions .....

Big Music in an intimate space

Don't just sit there and wait for things to happen; Exclusive musical showcases are being held all around the world and you can be there!

Heineken Music Green Room Sessions present Mark De Clive Lowe for two nights only at the Boat Shed, Wellington and the Maritime Museum in Auckland (29th and 30th July respectively).

This is your chance to get up close and personal with Mark and other local acts, in an environment where cutting edge music, art and technology are seamlessly inter-twined to create an experience like no other.

Imagine seeing high-quality live acts in a living room atmosphere. Each venue will be transformed into a visual and musical experience creating an intimate evening that should not be missed.

Working behind the scenes to create this unique experience will be visual manipulator and mastermind, Mike Hodgson, whose skill and reputation are set to create a stunning multimedia/visual performance, and set designer Cath Lewis.

Brand Manager, Liz Parker says “Heineken is dedicated to music around the world supporting both international and local initiatives. Mark De Clive Lowe hasn’t been back to New Zealand for some time so we felt it was a fantastic opportunity to bring him out for an exclusive Heineken Music Green Room Session."

The Heineken Music Green Room Sessions are where trends, fashions and movements are born. They create environments that allow new directions in music, art and technology to be realized and to find an audience. It’s a place where friends can get together and enjoy great music.

These exclusive events will be the first time Mark De Clive has performed in New Zealand since 2003. His new album Tide’s Arising was released worldwide on March 22, 2005 on ABB Soul/Antipodean. The album features a who’s who of guest artists including Bembé Segué, Abdul Shyllon, Pino Palladino and more.

Indulge and expose yourself and friends to the newest, most creative ideas and concepts in music, art and technology from New Zealand and around the world – Heineken Music Green Room Sessions.

Join Mark De Clive Lowe and friends for two exclusive nights only:

Friday 29th July
Boat Shed
DJs: Duncan, Zen, Kava and Manuel Bundy

Saturday 30th July
Maritime Museum
DJs: Cian, Manuel Bundy and Jason Eli with John Highsted on percussion

For further information visit

Tickets available exclusively at Real Groovy Auckland and Wellington.


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