Our: House presents and Fuzzy Events bring you Listen In Auckland 2019.



After the huge success of last years event at Spark Arena, Listen In will be returning to Auckland on Friday, 4th October at New Zealand’s premier concert venue Mount Smart Stadium.

Originated in Australia, Listen in is a concentrated version of Listen Out, Aussie’s primary national dance festival. Listen In 2019 will feature a hand picked selection of the Australian Listen Out tour, bringing some of the world’s largest acts to Auckland shores.

Acts you can be expecting this year are Diplo, ScHoolboy Q, 6Lack, SlowThai and the pioneer of future bass, Flume!

With a mixture of rap and electronic genres that will have you on your feet and dancing with the person next to you all night this event is not one to miss!


Tickets will be released Midday Thursday, 23rd May -  www.fuzzy.com.au

For more information visit here - Listen In 2019




Listen In Headliner Harley Edward Streten, more famously known as Flume, is an Australian record producer, musician and DJ and has been globally renowned since his first album release in 2012. The DJ’s second studio album ‘Skin’ won the Best Dance/Electronic Album at the 2017 Grammy awards, featuring the well known single “Never be like you.” Flume returned with new music earlier this year, dropping his surprise mixtape “Hi This is Flume”, which has already gained popularity with hits such as “Friends” and “High beams.”


Three-time grammy-winning artist Diplo is one of the most dynamic forces in music today. As a musician, DJ and producer, Diplo has a continuous streak of global hits such as ‘Where are u now’ featuring Justin Bieber, ‘Close to me’ ft Ellie Goulding and ‘Electricity’ featuring Dua Lipa.


ScHoolBoy Q

Listen In 2019 will feature American rapper and songwriter ScHoolboy Q whose 2014 album ‘Oxymoron’ brought him global recognition with singles such as ‘Collard Greens’, ‘Man of the year’, ‘Studio’ and ‘Hell of a night,’


Treading a line between grime, dubstep, rap and garage, Slowthai’s music is unmistakably British. The Northampton rapper is well known for his notoriously gritty and rough instrumentals, along with his politically charged lyrics and features in Flume’s recent track ‘High Beams.’


Pronounced ‘black’, the alternative R&B artist released his album Free 6lack in November 2016 peaking at #34 on the Billboard 200 and included his 2x Platinum single ‘prblms.’ Last year the artist co-featured alongside Khalid and Ty Dolla $ign on ‘OTW’ and was nominated for two Grammy Awards in the Best Urban Contemporary album category and the Best Rap/Song Performance category. 6LACK has held critically acclaimed performances at festivals such as Governors Ball and Coachella, and has featured on tracks with artists such as Syd, Kodak Black, T-Pain and Jhene Aiko.