Cityscape February is on the streets!

Keep that sweet Christchurch summer going.

Cityscape rocks a jam-packed February issue that’s brimming with all the essential events and coverage on what’s hot in the city this month. Inside we catch up with some of the stars of Electric Avenue Music Festival – cover star Aaradhna, Hermitude and Too Many Zooz – and give you an insider’s guide to rocking this epic music festival right. We also get down with glamour gals Tawdry Trainwreck and Rosie Reckless, the pair who brought the burlesque, booze and art extravaganza that is Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School to Christchurch, check out upcoming premier hospitality venue The Terrace, and talk with some of those involved in the development for the inside word on their offerings and what the new-look venue will mean for the city and its hospo scene.

Elsewhere in this issue, we check out the funky fitness trends and venues where good times go hand-in-hand with fun new ways to break a sweat, suffer some serious job envy chatting with Head Kiwi Husbandry Officer at Willowbank Wildlife Reserve Bethany Brett (who gets to hang out with super cute kiwi chicks), and find out what former Christchurch composer John Young has planned for the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra’s 60th anniversary season opener Eroica with his specially-commissioned piece Spirit.

Check out our reviews on Sun Dog Diner and Protocol, and pick out the films, books and albums, events and gigs you don’t wanna miss this month!

Look out for the issue in all the usual spots or read it online here!