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SHIHAD In concert For One NZ Show Only

C4 exclusively Presents for one NZ show only
With Special Guests The Mint Chicks & The Tutts
| Friday 20 October | AUT University Quad* |

*Wellesley Campus, Auckland City.

Doors at 7pm

Free to AUT University students with AUT ID ("guaranteed until 9pm")

Limited Public tickets from Real Groovy and www.ticketmaster.co.nz

Limited discounted tertiary tickets from AuSM Offices and the Relax Lounge (University of Auckland)

For more on Shihad;
visit www.shihad.com
or contact Ashley Page, A&R Manager, Warner Music NZ Ashley.page@warnermusic.com or 09 361-4848

What is October Odyssey
A week long festival of , live bands, market days, parties and much more spread across both, day and night,
for AUT University students, before they go through the stressful exam period.

The SHIHAD concert will be the culmination of this week long event and a fantastic year of events at AUT University, provided by AuSM.

What is AuSM? AuSM stands for Auckland student movement @ the AUT and is the Students Association at the AUT University, learn more at www.ausm.org.nz


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