The Kings Arms

An Auckland institution: live music venue, heritage pub, affordable eatery

The Kings Arms is a bar, an authentic rock music venue, an affordable eatery and an unpretentious no fuss pub experience with a sun-drenched beer garden smack bang in the centre of town.

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Utopia w/ Third3ye, Eno XDirty, Badcrop, Bailey Wiley and Illbaz

Utopia with live performances from Tamaki Makaurau's concious hip hop and neo soul heavy hittersThird3ye, Eno X Dirty, Badcrop, Bailey Wiley and Illbaz.

A night not to be missed.

Third3ye / Gvrdengang / Ygb / the Growroom
Based in Auckland "City of $ales",Third3ye represents a collective of like-minded artists, coming together to produce a spiritually-conscious form of Hip Hop "They were into crystal healing before we had crystal meth. While you were looking for your keys they were looking for enlightenment ".

Remember when local Hip Hop shit was good? Before drake cover band rappers were dressing like they were going to a paint party. Before the garden sprinkler hi hats and shitty pitched down Jodeci samples. Before the shape triangle changed it’s government name to the letter A. Eno x Dirty are the sound of then.

Badcrop / the Growroom
Badcrop is the dying pot plant next to the tv in your living room. Ambassadors of the growroom and organic poets, these introverted beings can be found in a room at the top of St Kevins arcade cultivating vibrations at strange hours of the morning.

Bailey Wiley
Few artists come new to the game with such a fearless and complete approach to music. Bailey Wiley filters neo-soul classicism through modern, rightous production and true live musicianship. The star of the show is that golden voice -effortless and organic, itʼs like having honey poured into your ears.

Illbaz / Ammonation
A fucking legend. ILL BAZ is everywhere in Auckland City. Pretty much took every dj's job. A machine on the turnies. Who is this guy anyway.

With support from Henna Temple

Doing It for The Cause.
Feel free to count up your karma points with this one.
All money raised will be going towards Julias work through VSA (Volunteering Services Abroad) supporting TEKS an indegenous not for profit organisation based in Vanuatu who are all about supporting young people to access and nurture their cultural wellbeing through traditional and contemporary art and music.

"Thank you to all the musicians for volunteering your time and crafts - for understanding that love, music and arts makes difference in lives and elevates being".- Julia Rahui

Earlier Event: January 29
Graeme James & guests
Later Event: January 31
HDU & Avoid! Avoid!

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