The top Wellington solo/duo acts selected are Jackson Gray (pictured) from Hutt Valley High School (first), and Emerson Devos from Hutt Valley High School (second).
The Smokefree Tangata Beats Award went to Nga Tau Koha from Heretaunga College.
The winner of the Rockshop best use of electronic assist went to White Rice from Hutt International Boys’ School.
The top 12 bands to play off at the Wellington regional final are:
Crumbly Jack, Palmerston North Girls' High School, Wellington High School, Hutt Valley High School
Layd Bax, St Bernard's College
The Lighthouse Project, Scots College
Roadside Drive, Hutt Valley High School
Newtown Tuesday, Rongotai College, Scots College, St Patrick's College
Seize The Day, St Bernard's College
Impulse, Wellington Girls' College, Wellington College, Wadestown School
The Bandits, Wellington East Girls' College, Scots College, Wellington HS, Evans Bay
Cloud 9, Hutt International Boys' School
Obsidian Sun, Onslow College
Disconnect, Wellington High School, Wellington College, Seatoun School, Evans Bay Intermediate
Alis Avenue, Heretaunga College
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It says it in the title! Here you’ll find a step by step guide to how region-wide and nation-wide aspects of the programme worksRead More
Here you’ll find 2021 dates, the team behind Smokefreerockquest, history (including past winners and where they're from!), and FAQsRead More
Check out the awards up for grabs at our regional and national Smokefreerockquest events. Along with the placings for the top bands and solo/duos, we also have songwriting and musicianships awards.Read More