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The Others Way Returns to Auckland’s K Road

The Others Way Returns to Auckland’s K Road
On August 31, 2018

Excitement brews in Auckland once again as Flying Out and 95bFM present The Others Way on August 31 2018.


For the fourth year running, Auckland’s Karangahape Road is set to metamorphose into an oasis of fresh, unique local music, from indie to electronica, hip hop to pop and much more…

A dynamic selection of artists will be performing across a number of favoured K Road venues from Whammy Bar, Wine Cellar, Neck of the Woods, Galatosto The Studio with some new locales yet to be announced. One wristband will permit you entry to all establishments within capacity. Last year featured 40 acts including Bic Runga, Jonathan Bree, Lawrence Arabia, Street Chant, Tiny Ruins and Yoko-Zuna, while the likes of Aldous Harding, David Kilgour, Fazerdaze and The Phoenix Foundation have all graced The Others Way stage in previous years.

One ticket; multiple venues; a plethora of great artists - The Others Way 2018 is a music lover's dream!

Very limited early bird ticketing is now available through Flying Out andUndertheradar.co.nz

Flying Out would like to express our utmost gratitude to our event partners, for without them (and the fantastic artists) the festival would not be possible. Many thanks to 95bFM, The Black And White Box, Coffee Supreme, Cosmic NZ, Going Global, Hallertau, K Road Business Association, McCarthy Design, Phantom and Red Bull.
Full ticketing will be available through Flying Out (online and instore at 80 Pitt Street, Auckland), Undertheradar.co.nz and Cosmic Ticketing.


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