7th July is set to be one of the most exciting nights that Tauranga has seen (and will see) this year. Immerse yourself in an evening of pure indie and alternative rock/pop bliss as some of the most electrifying, up-and-coming talents of New Zealand take the stage at Totara Street. This captivating event promises an unforgettable musical journey, featuring the explosive energy and sounds of Hot Sauce Club, the infectious melodies of Flaxxies, the polished tonalities of Frank on Tap, the energetic performances of Double Parked, and the hauntingly beautiful voice of Ayla Wesley. One of the nights where you will look back in years to come and say, “Yeah, I was there”...

Hot Sauce Club:
This is Hot Sauce Club's fourth stop of their nationwide On the Sauce tour, where they are playing 8 cities, promoting their fresh singles (Land of Seclusion, Out Like a Light and What a Thing) and upcoming album.

Hot Sauce Club have been tearing it up around the country, playing sold out shows all over, and making a name for themselves in their home city, sunny Ōtepoti/Dunedin. Between multiple tours, opening for international heavyweights Skegss, and securing festival slots, Hot Sauce Club have been extremely busy over the last couple of years honing their craft and perfecting their setlists. Known for their intense and captivating stage energy, they are an act that you will not want to miss.

Hailing from the city of sails: Auckland, New Zealand, Flaxxies are a Surf Rock and Reggae band comprised of 5 friends from high school, who over the years have cultivated a resolute sense of mateship which fuels their collective passion for songwriting and performance. The band channels a powerful sound from a broad sphere of both local and international influences, which drives their dedication to delivering adrenalizing live performance.

Frank on Tap:
Frank On Tap are a 4 piece Tāmaki Makaurau based alternative rock band who make music that engages the listeners ears, emotions and body through strong tones and melodic purpose. Made up of members from all across Aotearoa, Frank on Tap are one of the most exciting bands on the current scene.

Double Parked:
Double Parked are a five-piece band, coming from the bush and beach of West Auckland. They started off shaking the floors of big Westie house parties, but have ambition to get their music to land on as many fresh ears as possible. The band describe their sound as frothy surf rock - as if elements of funk, punk, rock and reggae were shaken together and left in an empty beer bottle at the beach.


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