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Bar Bodega Events

Bar Bodega - 101 Ghuznee Street - 384 8212

Victory Party - Monday 23 October - 7pm - $10
Featuring Chris Knox, The Wellington Ukelele Orchestra, Choir Choir Pants on Fire, Resistance and more..........

Farewell Sally - Friday 27 October - 7pm

Pop in to give Sally your best wishes on Friday. She will be missed as she moves on to further her career! We wish Sally the very best for her new job which she will be pleased to chat to you about on Friday!

Regular Events at Bodega
The Soul Affair - Radio Active DJs and $3 drink specials every Tuesday from 10pm
MySpace Wednesday - New bands on stage every week at 10pm
African Dance Party - Saturday 28 October (Room 101) 9pm
Comedy Underground - Sunday 29 October (Room 101) 8pm

Pub Shout - 12 pints and a platter from the kitchen for after work drinks
Email "Farewell" in the subject line to be in this weeks draw.

Dress to Kill (Featuring Jacky Tar) - Friday 3 November - $10
Grab a ticket to the party of the year! Dress to Kill celebrates Jacky Tars 10th birthday. $10 Tickets are available now from Bodega and Slow Boat Records or $15 on the night.
NZCAN Showcase - Gold Coin Entry - November 1 & 2 from 8pm
Two fantastic nights featuring bands upstairs and downstairs including:The Aviators, Big Bada Boom, Black Limousine, The Bonnie Scarlets, Charlie Ash, Elston Gun, The Evils, Hannah Howes, Holiday With Friends, Lindon Puffin, Melonbelly Skank, Mrs Peacock, Mysterious Tapeman, Olmecha Supreme, Pacific Bass Culture, The Stacks, Thomas Oliver Band & Tommy Ill

Functions in Room 101 - Friendly Service - Catering - Private
Perfect for 30 to 100 guests. Catering is available as well as a range of entertainment options. Pop in any time to view the room or phone 384 8212.
Bodega Photo Gallery - People having a great time at Bodega.

Keep in touch,


Tane, Fraser and the crew
www.myspace.com/barbodega
www.bodega.co.nz

Upcoming Shows
Chris Knox - Monday 23 October
The Hot Grits - Saturday 28 October
Comedy Underground - Sunday 29 October
Jacky Tar "Dress to Kill" 10th Birthday Party - Friday 3 November
Sticky Filth - Saturday 4 November
Jason Molina (Canada) - Saturday 11 November
Diwata Album Launch - Friday 17 November
Big Bada Boom - Saturday 18 November
One Million Dollars - Saturday 24 November
Die! Die! Die! - Saturday 25 November


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