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Steppin' Up 3

Grind and Flipside in association with Radioactive89FM presents

Steppin' Up 3

Saturday 30 June 2001

Studionine, Edward St

Featuring Clinton Smiley, Marek, Grasshopper and Imon Star, B-Low, and MC Mana

Once again Grind and Flipside team up to bring you the freshest selections from the UK Underground with Steppin' Up, Wellington’s only regular 2 step and UK Garage session. Following the triumphant visit by Auckland 2 Step bad boy Jason Howson last month we now enter the third session. This time featuring a line up of the Capital's finest including Clinton Smiley, back from London and New York. Smiley's crate is sure to be brimming with some new bits direct from the 2 Step capital. Come and join us for a night of the most upfront, freshest and funkiest sounds to hit Welly dancefloors in quite some time.

$10 on the door from 11pm

Set times:

Midnight Marek

1.30am Clinton Smiley

3.00am B-Low

4.30am Grasshopper and Imon Star


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