Iit's gig season, so we asked some famous Kiwis for memories of their best-ever gigs.
REVIEW: Katy Perry manages to be sweet without being sickly, suggestive without being lewd, and kooky without being crazy.
Raggamuffin's new locale in Auckland delivered, with its big acts and relaxed atmosphere.
If you want proof that there’s a wealth gap in New Zealand go along to a Troskey gig.
"The best rock and roll band in the world" hit Auckland last night. And didn't disappoint.
The crowd at Elbow's sold-out concert was in raptures even before the first note was stuck.
Walking tall, exuding confidence and grinning uncontrollably - what a difference a year makes.
The Kiwi godfathers of horror tell why we laugh at things we shouldn't - and make the rest of the world do it, too.
The teen queen of pop launches her first headlining tour of NZ with a bang at Horncastle Arena.
Apart from needing to iron out a few foibles, Soulfest is likely to grow in popularity if it comes back next year and continues to front such an incredible line-up.
REVIEW: Aloe Blacc's spine-tingling sound makes you appreciate the art of good music.
Rondriguez's was stronger than last year's for many reasons, but it's sad to see he's not delivering a $100-value show.
Rodriguez Auckland performance wasn't rave-worthy, but the man is still the legend fans hoped for.
He's been bringing sexy back since 2006, and last night was no exception.
The appreciation of a live performance depends on how it meets your expectations.
US band of brothers Boyce Avenue make teenagers swoon at Auckland's Powerstation.