What's On: November 9 - 11

Last updated 14:09 09/11/2012

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Friday

Hip-hop legends Upper Hutt Posse are at Altitude.

Soul Fej are at Biddy Mulligans from 9pm.

Beautiful Assets at Aesthete Gallery has some of the best examples of art to invest in, including works from Goldie, McCahon, Shane Cotton and others. It is on until November 24 and it is open Wednesday to Friday 10am to 4pm and Saturday from 10am to 2pm.

Nick Raven, Cheats and SWIM are at the Yot Club in Raglan in the evening for a koha.

The Bludgers, Sex Pest and Viking Weed are at Static in the evening.

Saturday

Nick Raven, Cheats and SWIM are at the Speakeasy in Thames.

Heath Franklin brings his version of Chopper to the Founders Theatre in the evening.

White Cloud Worlds opens at Waikato Museum. It is an exhibition of science fiction and fantasy artwork and features the work of 27 of New Zealand's sci-fi and fantasy illustrators, designers and conceptual artists.

Canadian-born country star Tami Neilson is at Biddy Mulligans from 8pm for $20.

Electro-static, at Static in Hood St, has Bevan Nichols and guests playing indie, hip-hop, electro, dubstep and drum 'n bass for a gold coin from 11pm.

Double Brown take their electro house and drum 'n bass to the Yot Club in Raglan. It is free.

The Taniwha, a new sports event, kicks off at 8.30am. More for information, click here.


Hitch Hike Screening
, The Dinsdale Office (TDO), Dinsdale Shopping Centre, Whatawhata Rd, Hamilton, 8pm. Sunday

Electro-static, at Static in Hood St, has Bevan Nichols and guests playing indie, hip-hop, electro, dubstep and drum 'n bass for a gold coin from 11pm.

Double Brown take their electro house and drum 'n bass to the Yot Club in Raglan. It is free.

Sunday, November 11

Painter Santie Cronje English and clay artist Aaron Scythe take part in Of Paint and Clay at Inspirit Gallery in Tamahere until December 11.

Waikato University's music programme has its end-of-year gala concert at the concert chamber at the Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts from 2.30pm. It is a tenner to get in.

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