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Cross Street Music Festival Is The Autumn Bloc Party You Don’t Want To Miss

By Alice Rich
29th Mar 2021

A crowd of music-lovers gather in a laneway to watch a concert at Cross St. Music Festival.

Cross St. Music Festival is back, baby. After the March lockdown rained on its parade, a new date has been released, and it’s this weekend! 

Now in its third year, the homegrown music festival X bloc party is all about celebrating the colourful, eclectic and diverse nature of Karangahape Road’s history and people. 

The line-up promises an expertly curated showcase of some of the most exciting acts in Aotearoa featuring Ha The Unclear, Vanessa Worm, nicholas Franchise, Being., Mini Simmons, 0800, and Crap Date, to name a few. Following suit, the bar will serving up 100% Kiwi-made tipples from the likes of McLeod’s Brewery, Broken Shed Vodka, Framingham Wines and Native Rtds. Local favourites like SMOKIN COLE BBQ will be there to keep the hanger at bay. 

At just $66 a pop for this autumn soirée, you’ll want to get in quick to nab a ticket. Get yours here

THE DETAILS: 

What: Cross St. Music Festival
Where: Cross St, behind Karangahape Road
When: 4.30pm ‘til midnight, Saturday 10th April, 2021

Find out what's on in Auckland this weekend here.

Image credit: Cross Street Music Festival

 

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