Proud to be a part of Auckland UNESCO City of Music and NZ Music Month 2021, Auckland Live celebrates the musical talent of Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland. Head down to the See. Do. Auckland pop-up, showcasing the best of Tāmaki Makaurau’s vibrant culture at Britomart Station, for fantastic performances by Stand Up Stand Out (SUSO); the APO's Young Achievers; sing-alongs on Waiata Wednesdays and more.

Check out the line-up below - there's more to be announced too!

APO Aspiring Musicians Morning Piano Recital
Tue 4, 11, 18, and 25 May, 8 am - 9 am

Adding some musical magic to your morning commute are the APO Haydn Staples Piano Scholars, gracing the keys of the in-house piano at Auckland Unlimityed's See.Do.Auckland Britomart pop-up. Grab your morning coffee and stop by to enjoy a recital from one of these talented young pianists!

Wednesday Waiata
5 and 12 May, 8 am - 8.30 am

Sing your heart out with our Wednesday Waiata sessions performed by Maori cultural rōpū, Hiwa. This is an open invitation to anyone who wants to start their day of on a high note, with a selection of well-known waiata including 'Tūtira mai nga iwi' and 'He hōnore'. Not the singing type? Relax in the See.Do.Auckland pop-up store and start ‘hump day’ with some beautiful voices singing pūrotu (beautiful) songs.

Stand Up Stand Out (SUSO)
Wed 5, 12, 19 and 26 May, 5.15pm - 5.45 pm

Auckland Live and SUSO present a showcase of emerging Auckland songwriters. Every Wednesday evening through NZ Music Month, SUSO (aka Stand Up Stand Out) alumni will provide a snapshot into the future of the  Auckland music scene as four very talented young singer-songwriters from across Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland help amplify the See.Do.Auckland pop-up with sublime sounds.

  • Wed 5 May -  Katie-Lee Webster
  • Wed 12 May - Eugene Odiaz
  • Wed 19 May - Erin Geraghty
  • Wed 26 May - Silika Isaia

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Last updated: 03 May 2021