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Bodega Gig Guide Update - 14 December 2006

Bodega Gig Guide Update - 14 December 2006

Bar Bodega: 101 Ghuznee Street, Wellington, New Zealand

* Please note that this supersedes the gig listing dated 31 October 2006

T12 Beats & Bubbles ($3 Bubbles, $3 Export & $5 Cocktails) featuring DJ Knave Knixx
W13 open
TH14 chickenhead and tacklebox
F15 The Taliband & Special Guests
S16 unit collective
T19 Beats & B ubbles ($3 Bubbles, $3 Export & $5 Cocktails)
W20 open
TH21 Ricky Boyd and the Boomshack Band
101The Stomps & Special Guest CHRIS KNOX
F22 prxies play the pixies
S23 african dance party
M25 Christmas Day [closed]
T26 Merry Christmas
W27 open
T28 open
F29 John Mcleary band
S30 the taliband
S31 low hum band fest
Room 101: African Dance Party
January 2007

M1 New Years Day
W3 freddie fudd pucker
T4 Darren Clark (UK)
F5 Ditch
S6 open
S7 Donkeypunk
M8 open
T9 beats and bubbles
W10 open
F12 Koile & Guests
Room 101: Tu Faan Express
S13 Ricky Boyd and the Boomshack Band
Room 101: Fast Heart Mart (USA) & Flip Grater
T16 Beats & Bubbles ($3 Bubbles, $3 Export & $5 Cocktails) featuring DJ Knave Knixx
T18 Function Room Available - 384 8212
T23 Beats & B ubbles ($3 Bubbles, $3 Export & $5 Cocktails) featuring DJ Knave Knixx
W24 Paul Ubana Jones
S27 Ricky Boyd and the Boomshack Band
Room 101: Fast Heart Mart (USA) & Flip Grater
M 29
Tues 30
Wed 31 Emma Paki


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