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Jazz it up a little this June

JUNE'S LIVE LINE-UP

Jazz it up a little this June, it's time to get down and boogie!

BROOKE FRASER


After touring North America, Australia and Asia in recent months and reaching the Italian top 10 in support of her fourth LP Brutal Romantic, our home girl Brooke Fraser is set to return for an electric concert on 26 June, Opera House. GET TICKETS >


TICKET GIVEAWAY - BEATLE BOYS 50 YEARS ON
Get ready to Twist and Shout! The Fabulous Beatle Boys are bringing an unforgettable piece of music history to town. Win x2 tickets to see this performance LIVE by telling us on PWV's Facebook page who you would take with you!*

St James Theatre
6 June
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*Winner will be drawn on Wednesday, 3 June and must be contactable 24 hours after being announced on our Facebook page.


FOSTER & ALLEN
IN CONCERT

Irish folk legends, Mick Foster and Tony Allen bring their traditional Irish instrumentals and easy listening sounds to the capital. They formed in 1975 and produced 30 chart topping albums over their 30-year career.
HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS

Back by popular demand, the Globetrotters bring their world famous tradition of ball handling wizardry, basketball artistry and one-of-a-kind sports entertainment. Purchase a Magic pass with your game ticket and shoot hoops with the stars.
THE PINK FLOYD EXPERIENCE

Get transported back to 1971’s Meddle and travel through to the 1990’s as the band winds through classic album's such as, The Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall, Animals, A Momentary Lapse of Reason and The Division Bell.

St James Theatre
4 June
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TSB Bank Arena
7 June
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TSB Bank Arena
6 June
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CHAMBER MUSIC PRESENTS: TURNOVSKY JUBILEE ENSEMBLE

This piece has a youthful focus, with Mendelssohn’s exuberant Octet, written when he was only 16, and the colourful Simple Symphony by Britten, based on his own piano tunes.
HAMLET

If you’ve never been lucky enough to travel to London’s historic Globe Theatre, you’re in for a treat! For the first time, the Globe Theatre will visit New Zealand bringing a theatrical adventure, with international cast including Rawiri Paratene (Whale Rider).
ORCHESTRA WELLINGTON PRESENTS: LITTLE RUSSIAN

Little Russian sees Trchaikovsky using the folk music of his native land to a stunning effect. From its lyrical opening clarinet melody, to it’s exciting close in C major – it’s a delight from start to finish.

Michael Fowler Centre
18 June
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Opera House
1 - 2 June
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Michael Fowler Centre
20 June
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WELLINGTON JAZZ FESTIVAL

Wellington’s Cuba Quarter will be humming with 100+ live music gigs - whether you’re looking for an intimate gig or party vibe, the Jazz Festival is a great time to find your jazz groove.
WELLINGTON SAINTS

Ready to defend the title for this year’s Bartercard NBL Season, the Wellington Saints will battle it out this month taking on the Sharks, Hawks and the Jets – come and cheer them on!

Opera House
3 - 7 June
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TSB Bank Arena
1, 5 & 13 June
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