Auckland Council Music In The Park.

Auckland Council Music In The Park.

Running from 10 January through to mid March, Music in Parks 2015 returns with a fantastic line up.
Happening every weekend (and two Fridays) all over Auckland, whatever you’re into – Jazz, Rock, Hip-Hop, Dub, Pop – there’s something for

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House of Shem
Supported by: 1 Drop Nation
House Of Shem is an Aotearoa (New Zealand) based harmony trio comprised of Carl Perkins and his two sons Te Omeka Perkins and Isaiah Perkins who are each multi instrumentalist and producers.

Date: Saturday, 10 January 2015
Suitable for: All ages
Time: 2pm-4.30pm
Venue: Three Kings
1011 Mt Eden Road
Three Kings

Sid Diamond
with Cydel, GiantKilla,Joe Coffee, TJ Taotua, Devolo and Anonymouz and South Side Associate.

Formally known as Young Sid, Sid diamond first broke out in the New Zealand music scene as a member of the award winning Hip-Hop trio, Smashproof.
Sid’s explosive live shows, hard-hitting beats, close-to-home lyrics, and accessibility to his fans have grown a large and loyal fan base, which has seen him tour extensively throughout New Zealand and Australia.

Saturday, 17 January 2015
Time: 2pm-6pm
Hayman Park
57R Wiri Station Road
Manukau Central
Suitable for: All ages

Giant Killa

After being spotted at a local youth development program, 12-year-old GiantKilla and other youth from that program formed a hip hop group. The youngsters were given an opportunity to travel to the United States and perform at various places (schools, halls, cent

Cydel consists of David Letoa and Saipele Nili who have both been bred and brought up in Otara in Auckland. They have been together since 1994 and after much searching and moulding have created their own original style of music which they call Pac’blues (Pacific blues).

Joe Coffee
Joe Coffee is currently an independent artist and has been for the past five years. This shows that he is self-motivated and willing to work hard to build this brand. In the immediate future, we see Joe Coffee releasing more originals, touring, and building a broader fan base.

T J Taotua
Timothy Taotua (TJ) is a man who takes on many roles. A father, husband, musician, singer-songwriter, artist and consultant, his music is as multi-faceted as his monikers. Fusing rn’b, soul, jazz fusion, funk soul and gospel music, TJ draws on a myriad of influences, with divine results.

Devolo has successfully generated a deep pool of interest amongst New Zealand’s public with his infectious rhyme patterns, relative subject matter and the ability to create soothing melodies and harmonies. Nowhere is this more evident than on Savage’s smash top 10 single “They Don’t Know”.


Anonymouz is a music Producer/ Engineer (Hip Hop, Pacific & Avant Garde) and Teaching Artist. A versatile South Auckland Music Producer who has worked widely within the NZ urban music scene for many years featuring on many commercial mainstream and underground releases.

Sammy Jay And Swiss
Supported by: The Kings Men
Swiss has previously been named the Best Pacific Male Artist at the Pacific Music Awards 2013, where he also took out the People’s Choice Award. Best known for his breakout smash hit “Slow Wind” off the acclaimed Mr Slow Wind EP, Swiss’ silky smooth and soulful vocals, natural writing style and hard working attitude saw him rise through the ranks as the fresh face of Pacific reggae.
Soulful Pacific reggae star Sammy Johnson is back with his new self-titled EP featuring the huge single “No Sleep” which not only topped the New Zealand iTunes reggae chart, but also cracked the US Billboard Top 40 Reggae Charts, and fresh new single “Hey”, which debuted in the New Zealand top 20

Date: Saturday, 24 January
Time: 5pm-8pm
Venue: Central Park , 57 Wood Street, Papakura Central, Auckland
Suitable for: All ages