We're bringing Who Shot Rock &
Roll to life with a series of late night events* featuring
DJs, talks, food, drink and live music.
Tickets $15 and under - available online via
Eventfinda or on the door.
TUESDAY 5 FEBRUARY
6pm - DJ
Grab some food and drink from our open late menu and enjoy tunes
from special guest DJ Murray Cammick - photographer, writer,
editor, DJ, and general New Zealand music legend.
7pm - Snapshot
Join us for a short talk on one of the photographs in Who Shot
Rock & Roll by hip hop artist, music TV and radio
presenter DJ Sir-vere (aka Phil Bell).
Level 1 exhibition spaces
8pm - Live music
She's So Rad is a four piece act of Jeremy Toy, Anji Sami (The
Sami Sisters), Tom Healy (The Verlaines) and John Parker (The
Brunettes). She's So Rad have been playing in New Zealand and
Australia and the UK since the release of their first album 'In
Circles' in August 2011, opening for bands like Unknown Mortal
Orchestra and Ghostwave and also headlining club nights in Auckland
and Sydney, A Low Hum - Flying Nun Tribute Night, 95bFM 'in
session' & bStreet. 2012 saw them open for Ladyhawke in the
U.K. and perform at club nights in London with Coves and It Hugs
The band's new album is to be released on their own label, From
The Crate Records, in April 2013. This year She's So Rad will be
out on tour in Australia and UK/Europe. Look out for the new single
'Levels', to be released just before the record drops.
The Eversons will no longer be appearing as previously
*Please note the Gallery will close at 5pm and reopen at 6pm.
There will be five Open Late events during Who Shot Rock &
Roll - see below under 'Related Events' for more details.