Thursday, January 24
Faster Pussycat, Kill Kill and Sixtyniner are playing Static in Hamilton tonight, from 9pm. Tickets are $5 at the door.
Good News for Modern Man and The Shrugs are playing the YOT Club in Raglan, Tickets $10.
Friday, January 25
Bella Kalolo, pictured, and the band are playing the YOT Club in Raglan, from 8pm. Tickets are $17, call 0800 327 484 to book.
Anthonie Tonnon and She's So Rad are playing Static Bar in Hamilton from 8pm. Tickets are just $8, available from undertheradar.co.nz.
Viva la Uke is on at Eggsentric Cafe And Restaurant at Cooks Beach, kicking off at 6pm. Tickets are $20, available through eventfinder.co.nz. Also on in Taupo and Cambridge next week.
Saturday, January 26
Acoustic Spirit are playing Vinnies Restaurant and Bar at 9pm, tickets are $10 at the door.
Don Burnham, pictured, and the Fern Frond Boogie Boys are playing on an Otunui Paddleboat cruise at 1pm and again at 6pm, leaving from the Lakefront Reserve in Mangakino. Call 027 418 3930 to book tickets at $45.
The Rebel Sound System are playing the YOT Club in Raglan, tickets $10.
Sunday, January 27
Raglan Creative Market is on at the Old School Arts Centre in Raglan, from 9am to 2pm.
Rotorua Rhythm is on at Rotorua Arts Village (RAVE), starting at 12.30pm. Tickets $25, call 021 440 435 to book or visit bluesfeast.co.nz.
Jamin-I and T.Rice and guests are playing the Sunday Session at the YOT Club. Tickets just $5.
Monday, January 28
Laneway is on at Auckland's Silo Park, kicking off midday. Tickets and info at auckland.lanewayfestival.com.au.
X Factor NZ auditions are on at The Great Lake Centre, Story Place, Taupo, 10am-5pm.
Tuesday, January 29
X Factor NZ auditions are on at The Meteor Room, level 1, 1 Victoria St, Hamilton, 10am-5pm.
Wednesday, January 30
X Factor NZ auditions are on at Tairua Community Hall, Main Rd, Tairua, 10am-3pm.
Thursday, January 31
The Blues Buffet are playing Diggers Bar in Hamilton, from 8pm. Free admission.
Raglan Musicians Club Open Mic Night is on at Orca Restaurant in Raglan, kicking off at 9pm. Free admission.
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