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Kiwi FM Brings the Music Back to Working People

Kiwi FM Brings the Music Back to the Working People

After Five Live at The Living Room: Perfect for After Work Entertainment

This Thursday, 23rd of November, Kiwi FM and The Living Room present the first of a brand new series of kiwi music gigs at the very reasonable hour of 5.30 pm.

The After Five Live series is designed to give those that balk at late nights (we know who you are) the chance to catch some of New Zealand’s finest musicians straight after work, so now there’s no excuse for missing out.

The series launches on Thursday with Paul McLaney, who has taken time out from his debut Edin tour to kick off After Five Live. McLaney will be no stranger to New Zealand music fans, having formerly fronted Gramsci before heading out on his own.

The new event is a great way to showcase New Zealand music to a market that may not have the chance or the time to get along to many local gigs.

After Five Live is a free event, so it’s perfect for getting colleagues or friends together for a night out. After the live set, Kiwi FM’s hosts will be putting together the best New Zealand music to enjoy throughout the evening.

The Living Room is situated at 106 Ponsonby Rd. It has quickly become one of the area’s most popular venues with a superb range of beers, wines and fine food.

Event in Brief:

What: The first Kiwi FM After Five Live

Who: First up: Paul McLaney

Where: The Living Room, 106 Ponsonby Rd

When: Thursday, 23rd November

Cost: Free entry

About Kiwi FM

Kiwi FM is New Zealand’s radio network, playing 100% New Zealand music for New Zealanders everywhere. It’s international, it’s distinctive, it’s comprehensive and, best of all, it sounds brilliant.

With a huge line-up of regular and specialist shows, access to the people making all the headlines here and overseas, the greatest collection of New Zealand music and a real connection to our people everywhere, Kiwi FM is a blueprint for next generation radio – on air, online, on demand.

Kiwi FM is all about us and it’s the world’s new window into this nation’s finest musical output. If it stacks up to the best music on the planet then you’ll hear it on Kiwi FM, and you can trust that each and every announcer on the Kiwi FM network is passionate, knowledgeable and an expert in their chosen musical field.

Kiwi FM broadcasts in Auckland on 102.2 FM, Wellington on 102.1 FM and Christchurch on 102.5 FM. Listeners nationwide can access to the Kiwi FM simulcast on Sky Digital 100, and New Zealanders around the world can link to the Kiwi FM live stream 24/7 at www.kiwifm.co.nz.


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