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      • FABU
        • 22 Jan 2021
        • Newtown Festival
        • Reversing the trans-Tasman trend, FABU jumped the ditch from Melbourne/Naarm to Wellington in 2017 to study at the New Zealand School of Dance.
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      • Crash Bandihoot
        • 22 Jan 2021
        • Newtown Festival
        • A journey in brass. A live and sometimes interactive, energetic performance of New Orleans style hornfunk based in Wellington.
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      • Alpha Beta Gamma
        • 22 Jan 2021
        • Newtown Festival
        • Te Whanganui-a-Tara based electronic artist Alpha Beta Gamma is a creator of elaborate soundscapes and three-dimensional beats.
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      • Mr Wizowski
        • 22 Jan 2021
        • Newtown Festival
        • Mr Wizowski comes to Newtown, bringing with him a very special guest – a worldwide exclusive when it comes to daredevil vegetables – the world famous Craig The Stunt Carrot.
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      • Dj Gooda
        • 20 Jan 2021
        • Newtown Festival
        • Wellingtonian DJ Gooda developed a Love for DJing at a young age during High School.
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      • Stress Ghetto
        • 20 Jan 2021
        • Newtown Festival
        • Fresh from a year spent getting up to very little after their 2019 US tour come Poneke three-piece Stress Ghetto.
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      • SODA BOYZ
        • 20 Jan 2021
        • Newtown Festival
        • “SODA BOYZ were named after first meeting at the Coke bottling plant they all worked in as teenagers in Palmerston North.
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      • Snowqueen
        • 20 Jan 2021
        • Newtown Festival
        • Snowqueen is a fierce three-piece band formed in July 2020.
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      • shannengeorgiapetersen
        • 20 Jan 2021
        • Newtown Festival
        • shannengeorgiapetersen makes synth pop that is often not so cheerful, but you should sleep well knowing I had fun making it.
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      • Qualms
        • 20 Jan 2021
        • Newtown Festival
        • What do you get when you take the three worst parts of Rotorua, Hamilton, and Melbourne, blend them up, pour them into Tāmaki Makaurau, and let the result ooze out into the lower reaches of society? Probably something that sound like nothing and everything at once. For your pop-rock, indie-metal, sludge-banger needs, say yes to life, and say yes to Qualms.
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      • Marrowspawn
        • 20 Jan 2021
        • Newtown Festival
        • Spawned out of the Hataitai homewrecker house shows and crafted in Covid lockdown, Marrowsparn is a pummelling grindcore three-piece. No frills just chainsaw riffs and prehistoric sludge.
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      • Hagseed
        • 20 Jan 2021
        • Newtown Festival
        • Hagseed are a thundering 3 piece from Tāmaki Makaurau, consisting of 2 bassists and a drummer, they deliver a blistering, unapologetic live show, playing political punk with a heavy 90s alternative influence.
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      • First Move
        • 20 Jan 2021
        • Newtown Festival
        • First Move are Harry Lilley, Jonothan Galuszka and Fraser Williams (Sports Dreams).
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      • COFFIN CLUB
        • 20 Jan 2021
        • Newtown Festival
        • Three piece Punky Grungey Chunky band from Auckland.
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      • Idhayam
        • 20 Jan 2021
        • Newtown Festival
        • Idhayam is a collaboration of young musicians from a wide variety of backgrounds bringing together the beauty of Carnatic (South Indian Classical), Hindustani (North Indian) and Western genres to create an exciting and unique experience to a New Zealand audience.
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      • Hugo Grrrl
        • 20 Jan 2021
        • Newtown Festival
        • Hugo Grrrl is a drag king, a doofus and comedy and cabaret producer from Wellington, New Zealand, creating  smutty, rough-around-the-edges, politically-charged late-night theatre that’s bound to leave ya with a smile on your face and a bit of glitter in your hair.
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      • RadioActive.FM DJs
        • 20 Jan 2021
        • Newtown Festival
        • RadioActive.FM will have DJs on the RadioActive.FM and Coffee Supreme South Stage all day.
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      • Ski Resort
        • 21 Dec 2020
        • Newtown Festival
        • Ski Resort is the collaborative project of Violet Hirst, Jamin Forlong, Riley Noonan and Phoebe Johnson — combining their experiences to create a unique form of alt-rock with soft progressive influences, topped with a romanticist twist. Fresh off an EP release and a string of shows in early 2020, they are eager to get back on the scene to deliver an alluring set of performances and new material.
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      • The Steampunk Minstrels
        • 20 Dec 2020
        • Newtown Festival
        • Steampunk Minstrels formed in Auckland with two other musicians, but Marius and Mairi-Anne moved to Wellington in 2018 and have played various open mic evenings in Newtown and Plimmerton and were also the featured artists at Acoustic Roots’ Roseneath evening and Songwriters 6021 at Moon with Charles Harter on violin and percussion.
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      • The Godwits
        • 17 Dec 2020
        • Newtown Festival
        • Vic and Lis met at Thorndon Farmers’ Market a few years ago where Vic was playing his songs to an appreciative crowd. Playing acoustic tunes about love and life, they go by the principle that more is less while aspiring to an orchestral sound with two guitars and two voices. Although genre fluid their sound could be loosely labeled Americana. 
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      • Hans Blix and the Inspectors
        • 16 Dec 2020
        • Newtown Festival
        • Featuring the songs of David Wrigley, banjo player and punk raconteur, at once mournful, bitter and uplifting. Backed by the hillbilly country folk of the Inspectors – accordion to make you smile, trombone to melt the heart, and a rhythm section to make you shuffle, even when you really don’t want to.This band will bring hope to even the darkest times.
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