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Late Night At the Festival Club - Week 3


Tue 13 Mar 2018, 8:30pm
Wed 14 Mar 2018, 8:30pm
Thu 15 Mar 2018, 10:00pm
Fri 16 Mar 2018, 10:00pm
Sat 17 Mar 2018, 9:30pm
Sun 18 Mar 2018, 8:30pm

Where: Odlins Plaza, 21 Cable St, Wellington

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: NewZealandFestival

You've seen a show, now stay for the party. For three weeks only, when the curtain falls each night, Wellington’s newest hot spot throws open its doors with free entry for everyone. Swing by and enjoy our eclectic live music line up and late night antics with Festival fans, crew and artists alike in sparkling spiegeltent surrounds.

Because the show ain’t over until the Festival Club closes.

13 March, 8:30pm - Oscar Laven Trio
This trio of hard-working Wellington jazz denizens is led by sartorial saxophonist Oscar Laven, and features the talents of vocalist Lauren Armstrong and guitarist Alexander Boulton. They draw on the eternally-hip works of Billie Holliday and Lester Young, resulting in a spontaneous, deep-digging take on classic swing.

14 March, 8:30pm & 15 March, 10pm - Eyeliner + Satin Sheets
Eyeliner is a MIDI vaporwave project by Luke Rowell of Wellington, New Zealand. Conceived in 2012 as a side-project to his synthpop outfit Disasteradio. Eyeliner’s music is an uplifting mimesis of luxury, commercialism and consumerism. Eyeliner considers itself influenced by new age, advertising and library music, as well as the labels Innovative Communication and Windham Hill.

16 March, 10pm - DJ Myele Manzanza
While known primarily as a drummer and composer, Myele Manzanza is also secretly a cold blooded DJ too. Fluidly mixing between soulful house, electric jazz extrapolations and African rhythm, come see one of New Zealand's finest drummers behind the decks at the Festival Club.

17 March, 9:30pm - DJ Magnet
DJ Magnet, one half of Pashjams, mixes up the latest to the greatest of awesome R&B jams. Bouncing dance floors up and down the country, from Rhythm & Alps to opening for Boyz II Men, Magnet always rolls out an uplifting selection for you to get down, dance and grind to.

18 March, 8:30pm - Aw B
Wellington-based DJ Aw B plays a mix of house, funk and disco with the odd shameless banger thrown in. You may of seen her dancing behind the decks around local venues in Wellington or mixing alongside her pals Mongo Skato, k2k and Borrowed CS.

Partnered by Garage Project.

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