Ladi 6 kicks off live music gigs
Queenstown is again becoming a stop on the touring schedule of national and international live music artists, thanks to Church Street venue Vinyl Underground. Owner Anthony Waldock and manager Zoe Jones, who opened the live music venue along with co-owner Ben Calder in September, were very happy to announce the November 1 gig to the Mirror, and said it would the first of many. ‘‘We’re really happy with the response we’ve had from all the local musicians and punters who’ve been coming along to play and watch bands,’’ Ms Jones said. ‘‘It’s been great to provide a hub and performance space for local musicians . . . but we’re really excited to be putting Queenstown back on the map for New Zealand and international touring artists again’’ The venue had been in negotiation with other big name acts. ‘‘Its going to be an exciting summer for people who love to get their fix of live music by great artists,’’ Mr Waldock said.
Get down: Kiwi artist Ladi 6will be hitting the stage at Queenstown’s Vinyl Underground on Friday November 1.