A Weird Night Out

Auckland Auckland
Sun 03 May


302 Queen Street, Auckland

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$50 SEPCIAL $50 after midnight


Running Time: 8pm to 3am


302 Queen Street, Auckland

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NZ Music Month, Smirnoff and Pandora Internet Radio bring you A Weird Night Out. 


Live acts, DJ's and Experiences in Aucklands Historic Venue - St James Theatre.


Weird Together, P-Money, Peacekeepers and many more.


A multi zone celebration of our most legendary venue!


From 8pm - 3am


“We are hugely excited to have A WEIRD NIGHT OUT as one of the key events of NZ MUSIC MONTH this year. NZ MUSIC MONTH is about celebrating our culture. What better place to do this than at the cultural icon that is the ST JAMES THEATRE, with a line up of exceptional local music from both established and emerging New Zealand acts. It’s going to be an amazing way to kick off the Month.” - Cath Andersen, Chief Executive, NZ Music Commission

A multi-zone celebration of meaningful live entertainment, arts, and our local cultural diversity, A WEIRD NIGHT OUT will feature energetic performances and DJ sets from a top-tier bill of contemporary New Zealand entertainers including WEIRD TOGETHER (LIVE), P-MONEY, PEACEKEEPERS feat MC TALI, RED BULL SOUND SELECT artists HIGH HØØPS, KAMANDI, RACE BANYON, and THOMSTON, AZBO plus other SPECIAL GUESTS. "We've put together a line-up that is a mixture of names whom the ST JAMES means a lot to, like P-MONEY, SAMBORA & P-DIGGS from THE PEACEKEEPERS, and new talent who have yet to experience just how magical it is, KAMANDI, RACE BANYON, and THOMSTON, who will be doing his first ever live public performance on the night!" - Nick Dwyer (WEIRD TOGETHER)

"The St James Theatre has been important for several generations, who all have their own significant memories from the space. We look forward to revisiting memory lane with them, while creating special memories for the new generation, and continuing the theatre's legacy as a crucial home for live entertainment in Auckland." - Steve Bielby, Principal Trustee, Auckland Notable Properties Trust THE ST JAMES THEATRE.

Special thanks to Beck's, Smirnoff, George FM & Familiar Strangers.