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Anno Domini

When:

Sun 28 Feb 2016, 2:30pm–8:30pm

Where: Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, Cnr Kitchener and Wellesley Streets, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $38.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: tmcguinness

Inspired by popular rooftop events held in New York and throughout Europe, Anno Domini promises a purposefully curated yet relaxed event offering, mixing great music, food and drink in a stylish afternoon event series not seen before on the Auckland events calendar. Designed for the growing young cultured urban Auckland crowd, Anno Domini will deliver a social experience the city has been missing.

Held on the roof of the iconic Auckland Art Gallery across four Sundays throughout summer, Anno Domini will feature a line up of international DJs and producers alongside the best in Auckland’s eating with hand designed menus from Auckland’s top eateries Coco’s Cantina and the Bearded Clam and top quality cocktails from award winning bar Mea Culpa.

Tama Sumo & Lakuti will be headlining February 28th

Thanks to Kronenbourg 1664, Angostura NZ, Broken Shed Vodka, Hendricks gin, Champagne Collet NZ, Invivo Wines, Onepure, Kokako Organic Coffee, East Imperial & THUMP

Tama Sumo:

Tama Sumo begain DJ’ing in 1993 at the Drama Bar in Berlin / Kreuzberg which at the time was one of the first bars to ever feature its own DJ at the weekend and an important hang out for the scene before heading out the clubs. Tama Sumo style began by playing a lot of New York style vocal house and quickly became a regular DJ behind the decks at the gay saturdays at Café Moskau.

A long time resident of the infamous Berlin night club Berghain / Panorama Bar run by the equally as infamous Ostgut Ton label, in 2009 she was responsible for releasing the second instalment of the now famed Panorama Bar mix series & is one of the major draw cards to the club, famed for her long & adventurous Sunday sets.

Lakuti:

Lerato Khathi aka Lakuti emerged out of the ruins of a post – apartheid South Africa. Growing up in an impoverished Soweto in Johannesburg, Lakuti took a deep interest in music from a very young age with her love for music born out of being inspired by her mother’s impressive collection of Soul & Funk and her grandfathers love of Jazz.

Lakuti has played at clubs such as Fabric in London, The End in London, Plastic People, Corsica Studios, Herbal, Elektrowerks and Panorama Bar in Berlin. She has also collaborated with various artists on vocal duties inclduing a collaboration with Alan Abrahams aka Bodycode/Portable as well as Matias Augayo.

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