Ladi 6 kicks off live mu­sic gigs

Central Otago Mirror - - NEWS - By GRANT BRYANT

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.

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