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What’s On At The Matterhorn

Listings for The Matterhorn over the next two weeks:

Monday 24th Soul Emergency - With Matt The Fonky monk and Toby Hornblower

Thursday 27th B-Low The Vinyl virtuoso

Friday 28th Late and luscious with MU and Zen.

Saturday 29th - The Jet Set, Disc wizzardry from Special Guest Manual Bundy.(now booked the last Saturday of every month)

May

Wednesday 3rd The Domestic Lounge, featuring Twinset LIVE

Thursday 4th B-Low - Matching your moods with stimulating beats

Friday 5th Mu & Zen - Late night lounging with the lads

Saturday 6th The Jet set, Featuring Grasshopper & Clinton Smiley, fresh international tunes, played by local dj stars.

Monday 8th Soul Emergency - dashing DJs Toby Hornblower & Matt the Fonky Monk.

The Matterhorn For Booking info call Lily Ph: 021 2626 504 or email matterhorn@soft.co.nz


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