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Wed 4 Feb 2015, 7:00pm
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Where: Kings Arms, 59 France St, Newton, Auckland

Restrictions: R18

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Wednesday 4th February: Kitsch and Cairo Knife Fight

iHeartRadio New Zealand is getting amongst the New Zealand music scene, together with 2degrees and Radio Hauraki. ‘Free in Feb’ celebrates the best in New Zealand indie rock’n’roll.

iHeartRadio NZ will host four insane nights of free Kiwi rock music in February at Auckland’s home of rock’n’roll – The Kings Arms. There won’t be any tickets on sale so music fans will need to head to THE iHeartRadio website to register for free tickets.

The first show will kick off with legendary rock band Cairo Knife Fight – a must see live act of power and excitement, who are pushing the limits of what two musicians can do on one stage. Kitsch will join them on stage to play material from their latest album Plastic Lives, alongside all their pop-punk classics we know and love.

Four-piece rock band Clap Clap Riot will bring an energetic performance to the stage on the second night, performing hits from their second album Nobody/Everybody in 2014. They will be joined by indie charmers Cut Off Your Hands, who are flying singer Nick over from Melbourne for your listening pleasure.

Songwriter, producer and artist Alexander Wildwood will bring an eclectic sound to the stage on the third night with his indie/rock/folk music. The warm, distorted sound of She's So Rad will also grace The Kings Arms following the release of their latest single Cool It and in anticipation of the rest of the album Tango set for release in 2015.

The last night plays host to psychedelic, power pop quartet Dictaphone Blues who will be performing their indie guitar hit Her Heart Breaks Like A Wave amongst others. Kiwi rock favourites Goodshirt will be drawing the series to a close with all your favourite songs as well as their latest creation ‘Sierra Leone’ – a cover of the 1983 kiwi pop classic.

iHeartRadio NZ presents Four Free shows with Eight Kiwi Bands at The Kings Arms, Auckland

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