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Temple Gig Guide

Mon 19/11
8pm Open Mic Night
Hosted by Chelle
All Performers are Welcome
Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Tue 20/11
6pm Karen q Temple on Mosaic Radio Creative - Planet FM 104.6FM
8pm Open Mic Night
Hosted by Gaille Tinihau
All Performers are Welcome
Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Wed 21/11
Acoustic Singer / songwriters
8pm Michele Poore
9pm Glenn Bodger
9.45pm Sarah-Jane
10.30 Nick Wearing

Thu 22/11
8pm The Big Bang!! with Stan
5 Bands for $3, Hosted by Stan Malcolm
Featuring Audiobug, Silverbeat, Southside Muso's, 5th Threat and Huxley

Fri 23/11
7.30pm Ziko
9pm Udu (Jazz / funk / experimental)
11.30 Steriogram
www.steriogram.com

Sat 24/11
Midday Performance skills workshop with Maria Fiossetti - $30 - bookings
essential
9pm Saturday Band Night featuring Revolver, Cornerstone Roots and more

Sun 25/11
9am-3pm Open For Breakfast!!
http://www.temple.co.nz/Breakfast.htm
7pm sharp
York Street Studios Acid Test
Songwriting & performance competition
Sponsored by York Street Recording Studios, Software Images, Channel Z,
Realtime Duplicators, Music in Parks, MAINZ, NZ Musician Magazine,
Spellbound Productions, Export Gold, NZ Rockshops, Vision 100, Pie Mania,
The Index
4th Semi-final - The Finalists will be Announced tonight!!!
Sarah Brown, Ramon, LEVLNTRY, r a r k, Rachael Way-Tremain
With special guests thirtycyclehum - York Street Studios Acid Test '00
winners

Mon 26/11
8pm Open Mic Night
Hosted by Chelle
All Performers are Welcome
Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Tue 27/11
8pm Open Mic Night
Hosted by Gaille Tinihau
All Performers are Welcome
Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Wed 28/11
8pm The Ra Ra Chelle Show
Hosted by Chelle
Featuring Audio Zephyr, Dead Straight, Roger Marshall, Jaymes Malcolm,
Kate

Thu 29/11
8pm Mike Weston
9pm Beau Redding
www.beauredding.com

Fri 30/11
8pm Fundraiser for Aids Day
Featuring Mahinarangi Tocker, O'Shea, KDF, Jane Siene, Jethro, Mark
Tupuhi,
Joshna and Christopher Banks, Ahjay Stelino
www.janesiene.com
http://pws.ihpc.net/kdf

Karen q Temple
Temple (r) - Aucklands Live Original Music Venue
486 Queen St
Auckland
New Zealand
Tel +649-377-4866
www.temple.co.nz
nzmusic@temple.co.nz

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