Thursday has a busy evening, with multiple gigs on. Luckily for you, they are all in St Kevin's Arcade.
Kingsland Folk Club are putting on their banging show 'Finger Picking Good'. This edition features Sandy Mill, The Bollands, Ed Waaka, Te Huhu and Erny Belle. This is at the Wine Cellar.
Meanwhile over in Whammy Bar, Graeme James is celebrating his final tour of New Zealand before a move to Europe. This is the Wish You Well Tour. If you've never caught Graeme live then you must go and see him, it's all energy all the time.
Finally, a little market, launch party and gig is happening in Whammy's Backroom. Featuring music from a cast of indie, alternative and folk musicians. There's going to be art and film and all sorts of wonderful things. Go and check it out.
Saturday sees local favourites Albi & The Wolves with Looking for Alaska at the Tuning Fork. This is a big show for them, and a part of the national tour. Both these bands know how to party, know how to get you dancing and there's sure to be collaborations and jams.
Looking forward into the rest of November:
Skyscraper Stan and Tourettes play the Wine Cellar at the end of their national tour, on November 25th.
EthnoNZ have their last session of the year on November 26 at Cafe One2one.
Sam Outlaw and Courtney Marie Andres are at the Tuning Fork on November 30.
Miller Yule celebrates his latest single with Jocee Tuck at the Wine Cellar on November 30.
Into December, bluegrass band from the States, The Danberry's are taking on New Zealand in a long national tour. The Auckland leg is out at Bethells Beach Cafe. That sounds like a great excuse to get to the beach, on December 1st.
(We'll keep you posted with other things as they pop up, and the details of December, as we get closer, otherwise check out on the gig guide!)