Iron Maiden throw out the charm - and theatrics - for an eager Christchurch crowd.
This remembrance of Anzac concert might not have been very long, and it might not have been very well attended.
REVIEW: Judith Durham, This will be our last goodbye, Though the carnival is over, I will love you til I die.
This concert was a continuation of Edo de Waart's calling card, a programme of standard works at the heart of the orchestral repertoire.
REVIEW: A tribute to David Bowie. All the hits, or as many as two sets and an encore allowed.
REVIEW: The Stranglers - still putting entertainment and experimentation ahead of any notions of genre integrity.
REVIEW: Les Talents Lyriques shine, despite acoustic issues
Modern brass moves beyond the the colliery band and into the sublime.
REVIEW: NZSO Hamilton performance signals new era.
REVIEW: Director successfully leads young cast in this fantasy story.
Technical issues abound, but Californian folk-rocker's fans are delighted
Sol3 Mio deliver a powerful, emotional performance in their last concert before a self-imposed hiatus
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa shows off the acoustics at the new theatre to great effect.
REVIEW: Plenty of talent but little reimagination on show at Uri Caine concert
REVIEW: A plethora of talented actors wow the audience into live theatre experience.
REVIEW: From humble beginnings, the boys from Sol3 Mio have a rare ability to entertain.
REVIEW: I must admit my mid 80s idea of Tom Jones lingers.
Cement-mixer of a venue leaves D'Angelo fans feeling in something of a funk
REVIEW: The Modern Maori Quartet - a show of nostalgia, bad jokes, wonderful harmonies and a grab-bag assortment of tunes
Julia Deans (formerly of Fur Patrol) is an incredible singer.
Dame Kiri is now over 70 years of age, and there have been 'farewell' concerts all over the world for some years now, but this tour through her home country must be nearly the last.
REVIEW: The Verlaines came, served and conquered.
REVIEW: Despite the venue, The Chills warmed up a crowd in the mood for nostalgia
REVIEW: Sufjan Stevens' latest show offers a different kind of intensity
Opera stars Sol3 Mio were so delighted to return to The Bowl they took a photograph on stage with their audience as the backdrop.
REVIEW: Everything you heard, everything you've seen, everything you never expected.
OPINION: Caught in the rip tide of a dancing audience with no lifeguard to save you.
You librarian's favourite band is totally kick-ass.
Could Simply Red's Big Love show hold back the years?
She's on her way here - so what did the Aussies think of Mrs Brown live?