Enjoy a night of art and entertainment with a culture-loving crowd in the heart of the High Street District as part of Late Night Art, from 5pm - 9pm at Freyberg Place.
DBNPSN | 5pm-6pm
DBNPSN (pronounced Durban Poison) began his foray into bass heavy music as a DJ and producer during the early 00s. His unique lens and cultural background are reflected in his selections and exhibit an undertone of distinct rhythm, ethnocentricity and bass.
Paul The Kid | 6pm-6.45pm
Paul The Kid from Tāmaki Makaurau mashes up the genres of house, reggare, drum 'n bass, punk and hip hop to make people move and groove! Hear his upcoming releases here.
K-Pop Dance pop-up | 6.45pm-7pm
NZKDA is a K-Pop dance community that encourages people of all skill levels to engage in many dance opportunities. Starting in 2019, they have provided safe, enjoyable and supportive environments for K-pop fans and dancers all over Auckland. Their mission is to inspire fearless and limitless self-expression through dance and other creative modalities, while having a lot of fun!
Fathe and the Sweetos | 7pm-8pm
Fathe and the Sweetos play deep from the heart, influenced by music that makes you move, including afrobeat, disco, funk and traditional Ethiopian Rhythms. Fathe, the lead vocalist and soul behind the band, is a talented performer and lyricist who, together with the Sweetos, creates an eclectic mix of poetry and sound. With each member bringing their own cultural influence, from Japan to India, Chile and Aotearoa, the band's songs are a testament to their ability to weave stories into catchy tunes and infectious rhythms!
Little Bok Choy | 8pm-9pm
Little Bok Choy aka Eva is an artist and DJ based in Tāmaki Makaurau. With a style not limited to one genre, they bring an eclectic vibe to their sets spinning the best of hip-hop, R&B, afrobeats, and house/electronic. Having embedded themselves in various music scenes they have crafted their own sound and energy resulting in an amalgamation of infectious dance grooves and a feel-good atmosphere.
Part of ArtWeek in the City Centre 2023.