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MAI FM 88.6: Gig Guide


MAI FM 88.6: Gig Guide 04/04/03

- Undercover Brother Discovery Day: Domain, midday, Saturday, April 5.

- Cornwall Park School Fair: Greenlane, 9am, Sunday, April 6.

- 'Lords of the Rings': K1 New Zealand versus Croatia, ASB Stadium, Friday, April 11; book at Ticketet.

- KiwiMana 2003 NZ Tour: Hopetoun Alpha, Wednesday, April 23, to Friday, April 24; book at Ticketet.

- Urban Assault Australasian Tour: Kurupt, The Luniz and TechN9ne featuring Dru Down, DJ Fingaz, Monsta Gunjah, Tri, Little Tri, Krizz Kaliko and DJ Dot performing live at the Logan Campbell Centre, Auckland (all ages), Thursday, April 24; book at Ticketek.

- Paradice Ice Skating presents The Block Party 2003 with graffitti art, display, breakdancing and freestyle battle with DJ Jarm and DJ Mase; Paradice Ice Skating, Lansford Crescent, Avondale, Thursday, April 24, 8pm to midnight.

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