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Christchurch Benefit Concert


Sat 5 Mar 2011, 8:00pm

Where: San Fran, 171 Cuba St, Wellington

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • Donation: $5.00
  • Additional fees may apply


- The Nudge
- Disasteradio
- Mystik Krewe of the Unconquered Sun
- All Seeing Hand
- Rhythm Hawks

SFBH & Architecture for Humanity present: Christchurch Benefit Concert.
$5+ on the door: 100% proceeds donated to Architecture for Humanity.

Doors 8pm

The Nudge:
Nudge as a band are just young fullahs in the world of music so far, but have all-ways had an engaged loving audience at all the shows we have performed so far in Wellington. Hailing from different projects outside of Nudge, including Spartacus R, Hikoikoi, Ahoribuzz, the collective is raw and unique and loads of fun!

Mystik Krewe of the Unconquered Sun (Members of Orchestra of Spheres):
Current status unknown

New album online now! Get it free if you're broke!

All Seeing Hand:
Ben Knight (Teen Hygiene) & Alphabethead rip out an intense set of turntables guitars and drums to punish your ears.

Rhythm Hawks:
Frenetic, mind expanding, low-down brew of sound coaxed from the middle of the universe. Rhythm Hawks draw energy from whiskey and recent space travel holidays and deliver it into your head points right on down to your knee joints. The Great Hunt EP was released in April 2010 showcasing some of the songs that set the wheels in motion.

Architecture for Humanity
Donations go to Architecture for Humanity who will (after emergency aid relief is complete) work with the institute of architects in Canterbury & local communities to identify a communities who will most benefit from our assistance, and together we will devise the best strategy for building back Christchurch. One of the initiatives of the local architects in Christchurch is an exhibition (please visit: for more info) to facilitate, to generate ideas and to hold discussions within the local community for how the city should be rebuilt, because we do believe that collaborative, community-driven rebuilding process is much more sustainable than the conventional top-down town planning type redevelopment. Christchurch is now having to start again from ground up, and to do it right we must start, on the right foot from day one.

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