Primer: Punk It Up V – Two Night Tāmaki Punk Festival

Dust off your tartan and lace up your Docs, the fifth at any time Punk It Up festival is coming to Tāmaki Makaurau’s Powerstation this July for not just one, but TWO debaucherous nights of A-quality regional and global punk rock, and we’ve rustled up a helpful cheat sheet forward of the celebration. Two several years in the building thanks to the decidedly unpunk pandemic, the two dates in the foot stomping two-nighter boast sets from punk covers crew bankRobbers and rowdy ’80s troublemakers No Tag, the latter of which are executing their final ever exhibits as element of this year’s competition. Also in the mix are art-punk pioneers The Plague, Tigers (credited as NZ’s initial at any time Māori punk band), heavy-hitting Gisborne teenagers Sit Down In Front, Australian cowpunks The Johnnys and a punk-tonne extra…

Punk It Up V

Friday 1st July 2022 – The Powerstation, Auckland

Featuring… Happy Scum, The Plague, No Class, Shotgun The Couch, Cootie Cuties, bankRobbers, No Tag

Saturday 2nd July 2022 – The Powerstation, Auckland

That includes… The Johnnys, Sit Down In Entrance, The Bludgers, Memory Foam, Tigers, bankRobbers, No Tag

Tickets accessible Here through UTR

Enjoy The Johnnys flirt with an total get together in the clip for their initially one ‘I Believe You might be Cute’


Sit Down In Front will acquire about the Punk It Up stage on night time two with shout-a-extended hits like ‘Pixie Caramel’

From their ripping album Metal Magnolias, skyrocket your coronary heart charge with Memory Foam‘s ‘Choo Choo Train’ feat. Toddler Zionov…


Melbourne by using Aotearoa punk troupe No Class will be rarking up the night time just one group with fresh new noisy numbers like ‘Here Comes Trouble’