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The Others Way: Tiny Ruins, Grays Gilmour, Dual & More

Published: Fri 18 Aug 2017 09:55 AM
The Others Way Second Lineup Announcement: Tiny Ruins, Grayson Gilmour, Dual & More
Excitement is brewing in Auckland, as come September 1, The Others Way is back for 2017. For the third year running, Auckland’s K’Rd is set to transform into a pumping haven of the freshest local indie, electronica, pop and so much more…
Already featuring such heavyweights and emerging artists as Bic Runga, Lawrence Arabia, The Courtneys, Disasteradio and SoccerPractise, The Others Way 2017is taking place on Friday September 1. Joining the current lineup are the following artists, in alphabetical order -;
A.C. Freazy
Audrey’s Dance
Daily Keno
DJ Mike Sniper (Captured Tracks)
Dual
Eyeliner
Friendly Potential
Gareth Thomas
Grayson Gilmour
Hang Loose
Tiny Ruins
Womb
They join the already stellar lineup (in alphabetical order): All Seeing Hand, Arthur Ahbez, avoid!avoid, Bespin, Bic Runga, The Courtneys, Dictaphone Blues, Disasteradio, Dynamo Dave, Earth Tongue, Eyes No Eyes, Hex, Hopetoun Brown, Jonathan Bree, Kane Strang, Lawrence Arabia, Merk, Mermaidens, micronism, Queen Neptune, sere, Sneaky Feelings, SoccerPractise, Street Chant, Unsanitary Napkin, Wax Chattels, Yoko-Zuna
Every single one of these artists will be performing across a number of fine K Road establishments – Whammy Bar, Wine Cellar, Neck of the Woods, Galatos, The Studio and The Thirsty Dog. One wristband will permit you entry to all venues with capacity. It’s a thrill to announce that both Encore Entertainment & Cabaret and thePitt Street Methodist Church Sunday School Hall will also be hosting performances on September 1.
One ticket; multiple venues; simply so many great artists - The Others Way 2017 is all your music dreams realised! Tickets are available now from flyingout.co.nz, in store at Flying Out (80 Pitt Street), or through undertheradar.co.nz. Get in quick – with a lineup this strong, tickets will sell out.
The Others Way is made possible thanks to the generosity and support of friends and local businesses – 95bFM, Karma Cola, Coffee Supreme, Kate Sylvester, K Road Business Association, Going Global Music Summit, Garage Project, APRA AMCOS NZ / OneMusic and Phantom Billstickers.
ENDS

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