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Threshold

Hold on to your seat 'cause Threshold is here again, and this time it's set to explode at the King's Arms!

On Wednesday, 1st of August, bands Asteroid Andy, thirtycyclehum and Don't Die Wishing will set up their gear and deliver three hours of high-decibel, vibrant, new-rock.

More than just an ordinary band night, Threshold is an opportunity for people to come and see three really good bands, spurring each other on and striving for a greater level of performance, musicality and professionalism - all of which makes for a rocking good night!

The show will kick off at 9PM-sharp and entry will be FREE! There will also be a drinks special.

This is well worth the mid-week jaunt, so make sure you're there!

For more info on the bands, visit the following web pages/sites:

Asteroid Andy: http://www.geog.auckland.ac.nz/public/aa
thirtycyclehum: http://www.temple.co.nz/thirtycyclehum.htm
Don't Die Wishing: www.dontdiewishing.com

For general info on Threshold, send an e-mail to: mailto:threshold@space.com.


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