Thursday, September 13
On September 13, 1996, Tupac Shakur died, six days after being shot four times in a drive-by shooting.
Friday, September 14
The Raglan Film Festival starts today and runs until September 23, with the major awards ceremony on September 22. Check out raglanartscentre.co.nz for all the details.
Iva Lamkum plays at the Yot Club in Raglan on Saturday night.
Shitripper, Electric Mayhem, Too Late, Slave-Driver, Downside and Demonstrate perform at Void, 651 Victoria St, at 8pm for a tenner.
The Shrugs release a new album at Static on Friday night.
Saturday, September 15
Hamilton Civic Choir sings Cinema Classics at the chapel at St Paul's Collegiate School, 77 Hukanui Rd, Hamilton at 7.30pm.
The Dame Malvina Major Foundation Committee hosts a fundraising concert at St Andrews Church on River Rd at 7.30pm.
Just in case you get confused, Gone in 60 Seconds (TV2, 8.35pm) isn't the 1970s classic of the same name.
Nga Tamatoa: 40 Years On (Maori TV, 8.30pm) looks back at the influential protest group.
Vitus (Maori TV, 9.30pm) is about a piano and maths prodigy and his folks don't know how to handle him.
Sunday, September 16
Hamilton Civic Choir sings Cinema Classics at St. George's Church, 600 Mackay St, Thames at 2pm.
Monday, September 17
Prime Rocks (Prime, 9.35pm) is all about Mark Knopfler this week.
The Wiggles are at the Founders Theatre on Monday at 10am and 1pm.
Tuesday, September 18
The Wiggles are at the Founders Theatre on Tuesday at 10am and 1pm.
Wednesday, September 19
Kimbra plays at the Union Chapel in London on Wednesday.
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