Auckland city's majestic Albert Park is one of the best inner-city spots. Soak up the sun and listen to unmissable Auckland artists from the reggae, electronica and pop world. A highlight of the season!

Line-up:  Rubi Du, Imugi, Huia, Speech Act Theory, DJ Sam Harmony

Nominated for the Student Radio Network’s Te Tohu Kaipuoro Toa (Favourite Solo Act) 2022, Rubi Du is a queen of the Aotearoa roots and dancehall scene. She brings an electrifying live performance with her ability as a vocalist and emcee.

Through a mix of styles ranging from RnB, synth-pop, funk and spoken word, Aotearoa-Korean duo Imugi 이무기 explores the identities and issues faced by migrant women of colour.

Huia kicks off this event with electronic beats, organic percussion, live guitars and deep harmonies. Don’t miss her set – it’s richly layered in big bass sound with lyrics in te reo Māori and English.

Speech Act Theory is a high-energy five-piece live band with live drums, guitars and powerhouse vocals – creating something truly alternative.

Sam Harman (aka Sam Harmony) is a co-founder of Friendly Potential, an Auckland-based collective that puts on safe-space dance gigs around the country.


Accessibility:  Limited mobility parking, smoke-free, alcohol-free
Presented by Auckland Council. Supported by ZM and iHeartRadio.

$2 per hour to a max of $12 on weekends and a $12 flat rate for weekday evenings at The Civic car park. Find out more

Last updated: 26 February 2021