OFF KEY-Musicians rallying for freedom of expression


Wellington musicians are banding together to support artistic freedom. This concert, Off Key, protests the New Zealand Electoral Commission’s view that satirical song and video Planet Key is an “election programme” and an “election advertisement”.

The video is here

Funds raised from the event will go towards the cost of challenging this opinion in Court.

You can help out as well here:

San Fran
171 Cuba Street

$10.00 door sales.
Live music from 4pm, DJ set by Simon Sweetman from 8.30pm

Darren Watson will kick the show off with a solo set then hand the stage over to a line-up of musicians that promise something for everyone, ranging from funk, soul, rock, blues, hip hop to pop. Bands like Neverwoz, Bikini Roulette, The Spines, the Julie Lamb Band, Sophie and the Realistic Expectations are all volunteering for the cause. Jeremy Jones’ band Bump’n Ugly are even reforming to perform a short set. After the live bands finish around 8.00pm, DJ Simon Sweetman will spin some discs for people wanting to party on.


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