The Great Auckland Flash Party is here again, and this year is our biggest year yet!
2018 sees an incredible line-up of some of the best traditional tattoo artists and leading innovators in the New Zealand tattoo scene.
What is it?
The Great Auckland Flash Party is fast becoming a tradition in the Auckland Tattooing scene. Some of the best tattoo artists from New Zealand and around the world come together for two days of tattoo madness, right here at Sunset.
How does it work?
Each artist will put a variety of fresh new line drawings up in the shop, with special one-time only, lower than usual pricing. Walk in on the day, pick a design, and get it done. Bam!
There are no bookings, that’s what makes the event so special - it’s first come first served! We have hundreds of line drawings to choose from, so come early and get a bargain with our special Flash Party prices!
When is it?
This year the Great Auckland Flash Party is being held on Friday 6th and Saturday 7th of April. Doors open at 11am so come in early to secure a spot.
How much is it?
will range from around $100-$300. Some of these artists are booked months ahead or live in different cities, so it’s a great opportunity to get an affordable, one-off tattoo from one of your favourite artists.
Who’s going to be there?
We have some of the very best tattoo artists in the country ready and willing to give you a design you’ll love for ever.
The team from Sunset will be there of course, including TomTom, Capilli Tupou, Tristan, Magali, and Mash Primrose.
Daniel Octoriver from Goodluck Tattoo in Melbourne will be crossing the Tasmin for the Party, as will Adrian Hing, Sashimi roll, and Moses Mezoghlain.
Other artists from around New Zealand will be heading to Auckland, including Sam Carter from Gypsy Kidds in Napier, Steve Wood and Graeme Allan from Sacred Tattoo and our good friend Jacob Cross.
For two days only we have hundreds of designs at special flash day prices!
Don’t forget to check out our Instagram for daily posts of our guest artists work! @sunset_tattoo_nz