Do you sell tickets for an event, performance or venue?
Find out more about Eventfinda Ticketing.

You missed this – Subscribe & Avoid FOMO!
Weird Together

When:

Sat 22 Feb 2014, 5:00pm–4:00am

Where: The Britomart Country Club, 31 Galway Street, Britomart, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $10.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: 1885Britomart

George FM & 1885 Britomart Presents Weird Together

$10 Door Sales or Guaranteed Priority Entry Tickets from iticket.co.nz
Thanks to George FM & Angostura Rum

George FM and 1885 Britomart in association with Angostura Rum bring you Weird Together, the strange and wonderful collaborative project from the minds of Nick D and Dick Johnson; for a full live show, supported by an international selection of guests for a festival vibe across both 1885 and the Britomart Country Club from the early evening to the early morning.

Featuring:
Weird Together (Full Live Set)
Weird Together DJ’s (Nick D & Dick Johnson)
Boycrush
Kog Soundsystem (Ft. Kevin Mark Trail (The Streets/UK) and Sharlene Hector (Basement Jaxx/UK))
Brazilbeat Soundsystem
Isaac Aesili
Art Heist
Sandon James
Klassix From Paris

Weird Together
'Weird Together' is the new studio and live project from Dick Johnson and Nick Dwyer, spurred on by Nick's love of exotic musics and crazy sounds from all far corners of the globe, and Dick's love of taking said sounds and moulding them and sculpting them into solid grooves that make people wanna dance lots.
After years of mainy late night / early morning "yeah, let's make some music together, sounds like fun" - the boys finally did it, and after a particularly inspirational session with some old Ethiopian Jazz records 'Weird Together' was born.
A couple of years passed - Dick became a cycling champ, and in-between the ADD and off gallivanting round the globe Nick got a bit sidetracked but toward the end of the of 2011 a pact was made, and they decided to go at it proper with the aim of launching a full live show. Teaming up with a wide range of different musical folk who come from all over the world the boys have been busy in the Red Bull Studio's recording Caribbean Steel Pan Orchestras, Burundian Drum Ensembles, Sudanese Vocalists and Ghanian Master Percussionists and that's just the beginning.

Restaurants to book near Weird Together