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This Week At The Matterhorn

Friday 11th - Tubs and Vee Slow it down for the weekend with a few Friday night drinks and entertainment hosted by two of the best music heads Wellington has to offer. This Pair whip up hip hop, funk, reggae, dub and a few oldies to thrill the ears. It's Friday, so forget about the rest and relax with the best.

Saturday 12th - Becks presents Recloose: joined this week by Andy Join our internationally celebrated resident for a weekly mix-a-thon showcasing jazz, funk, dub, house, techno and more new genres than you can shake a tone arm at! Recloose is joined by local Matterhorn residents in an attempt to spread the knowledge and wealth of all involved. This shit is funky, so don't miss out. This is a FREE event.

and next week...

Wednesday 16th - Jonathan Crayford and band Crayford¹s band is a compound of experimental and traditional jazz styles. Joined by a myriad of Wellington's most talented jazz musicians, with the line-up changing every week, it's guaranteed FRESH!

Thursday 17th - Expansions with b.lo Join b.lo every Thursday for a showcase of highbrow dance music selections. >From jazz to jungle, techno to two step, b.lo's bag is locked and loaded with the thinking peoples pleasures.

Friday 18th - Mu and Vee Slow it down for the weekend with a few Friday night drinks and entertainment hosted by two of the best music heads Wellington has to offer. Long time Matterhorn residents Mu and Vee whip up hip hop, funk, reggae, dub and a few oldies to thrill the ears. It's Friday, so forget about the rest and relax with the best.

Saturday 19th - Becks presents Recloose: joined this week by Zen Join our internationally celebrated resident for a weekly mix-a-thon showcasing jazz, funk, dub, house, techno and more new genres than you can shake a tone arm at! Recloose is joined by local Matterhorn residents in an attempt to spread the knowledge and wealth of all involved. This shit is funky, so don't miss out. This is a FREE event.

all events are free unless otherwise specified

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