Auckland Museum is about to open its doors on the largest Kiwi music exhibition ever staged, with ‘Volume: Making Music In Aotearoa’.

The exhibition will cover NZ music history over the past seven decade and attendees will be able to see objects belonging to iconic musicians including Lorde, Dave Dobbyn, Shihad, Fat Freddy’s Drop, Split Enz, Sharon O'Neill, Hello Sailor and more.

Punters will also be able to get hands-on by producing a Che Fu song in a recording studio; mixing beats to tracks in a DJ booth; browsing a 1980s record store; learning to play Dragon’s iconic hit ‘Rain’ in a replica of a 1970s pub venue, and dancing along with go-go girls on the set of 1960s TV show ‘C’mon’.

Volume opens to the public on October 28, click here for more details.