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The Last Stand - Gish and Arjuna Oakes

The Last Stand - Gish and Arjuna Oakes

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  • Sat 24 Apr, 11:00am – 7:00pm


Rimutaka House, 36 Rimutaka Place, Titirangi, Waima


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Earlybird Presales: $33.75

Music and Comedy Capers presents Auckland's newest boutique indie festival 'The last stand' celebrating its inception with the inaugural show at Rimutaka House in the beautiful bush clad suburb of Waima, Titirangi.

Lounge in this beautiful bush adjoining property while soaking up the sounds and laughs from some Of NZ's best local and NZ wide musicians and musical Comedians:


GISH, is one of the most popular comedians on the NZ Pro Comedy Circuit. With a wicked combination of original and popular song parodies and a healthy toke of comedy for the bro's, GISH is a favourite headliner throughout New Zealand.

GISH has turned his song writing talents to comedy providing a unique alternative amongst his fellow stand-up comedians; for which he has been a previous Billy T Comedy Award nominee in 2006. He has also featured on "Pulp Comedy" and TV3's comedy special, "AotearoHA".

A Kiwi classic, GISH can often be seen on tour around New Zealand and Australia

Arjuna Oakes (solo)

Arjuna Oakes is a 22-year old singer/songwriter and producer, currently based in
Wellington, New Zealand. Following the release of his debut EP in 2019 with a
combined 600,000+ Spotify listens,

With his charismatic soul vocals and robust sonic palette serving as a connective thread.
Decorated by cinematic soundscapes, hypnotic grooves, creative improvisation and
catchy melodies, Arjuna’s recordings and performances display a musical sensibility
well beyond his years.

Albi (solo)

Albi & The Wolves set fire to stages and fill hearts with hope with their energetic and relatable alternative indie folk songs. Chris Dent, the proud albino frontman Albi, Pascal Roggen and Micheal Young have crafted a stage show that’s brimming with energy and moments to pause for reflection.

The trio has a huge sound that is simply created by an acoustic guitar, electric violin, double bass and their three voices. Since 2014 they have gone from strength to strength touring in Australia, New Zealand and Rarotonga and in 2018 they took home the Best Folk Artist Award at the NZVMA’s

Dead Mass

Dead Mass are a three-piece progressive rock band from Tāmaki Makaurau.

Formed late 2018, Dead Mass released The Last Judgement EP in 2019 and their debut album, Visions, in early 2021.

Drawing equally on music of decades past and modern songwriting sensibilities, the music of Dead Mass places at the forefront searing guitars and lyrical commentary, evocative synth, deep driving bass, and thunderous beats.


Indie artist ISLA is a singer, songwriter and cat enthusiast from New Zealand. She found her feet as a performer when she attended an open mic in a seacave, and was inspired by the overwhelming warmth and talent that Tamaki Makaurau has to offer. She formed a band of cave people and brought her ideas to life for debut EP "Weirdo" in 2019.
ISLA continues to use songwriting as a time capsule for life's experiences. Her sound sits somewhere under the umbrella term "indie", walking a tightrope between folk, pop and rock. Her songs feature complex vocal harmonies and varied instrumentation. Her love of words, impressive vocal range and self deprecating nature to create music that reminds you you're not the only awkward human on this planet.

Brother Sister

Sibling synth-pop band Brother Sister are a 3 piece group made up of Dave (synth & lead vocals), Taz (bass and lead vocals) and Ben Thomson (drums).

Coming from a background of punk, hardcore, nerdcore they have all been playing music, and performing throughout New Zealand since high school.

With further support from John Carr, The Minnehahas and DJ Saul.

Join us for a memorable day of sonic vibes and giggles.

Tickets extremely limited so get in quick to avoid disappointment.

Gates open at 10:30am

Food available to buy.

BYO drinks.

Kids, FREE! :)

All profits go to the TPG! (Titirangi Protection group)

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