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Noise Control Battle Fundraising Gig For Temple

Noise Control Battle Fundraising Gig For The Temple

Eddie Rayner/Alistair Riddell/Paul Crowther (Space Waltz/Orb reunion) Chris Knox Hammond Gamble Graham Brazier Mahinarangi Tocker. MC Jeremy Elwood

Thursday, July 17th at Galatos. Tickets from Ticketek www.ticketek.co.nz or 307-5000 Or the Temple $30

Temple Gig Guide

Here it is.....

A couple of gigs coming up to watch out for which will be downright AWESOME!! this Friday from 7.30pm, the Montana Poetry Day - with special guests Graham Brazier, Mahinarangi Tocker and Hot Pink Poetry PLUS YOUR chance to win $200 in the Montana Poetry Slam (watch this space for more info, or please get in touch)...

AND Friday 18th July, perennial favourite Chris Knox! Yay!!!

Please forward this to any of your friends who might be interested.....

Monday 7 July 8pm CDS Productions Open Mic Night Competition Hosted by Chelle All Performers are Welcome Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc http://www.cdsproductions.co.nz

Tuesday 8 July 7.30pm Acoustic Cafe. Hosted by Dan Shane Hinton, Jon E www.geocities.com/joneyomama/, Rich Leschen, Joe Standeven, Drew Rivers

Wednesday 9 July 7.30pm Femme Fatale - Auckland's hottest female talent Hosted by Nina McSweeney Mahara Tocker, Emma Walter, Emmeline, Shelley Marie www.shelley.bigcity.co.nz, Maria Stevenson

Thursday 10 July 8pm The Big Bang!! 5 Bands for $5, Hosted by Mit Frenzy Quiver, graham, Six Foot High, Oligarchy

Friday 11 July 7.30pm Montana N.Z Poetry Day Special Guest Poets Graham Brazier and Mahinarangi Tocker Also 2003 Billy T Award nominee Hot Pink Poetry As well as the 2003 Montana Poetry Slam (3 min or less) With $200 First Prize plus other prizes Register on the night. $5 entry. M.C Michael Rudd 1am-3am l.o.u.n.g.e free entry / $7 cocktail specials / chilled out sounds

Saturday 12 July 8pm 5 Bands for 5 Bucks Sideshifter www.sideshifter.co.nz, Vauxhall www.vauxhall.co.nz, Ward 10 & more 1am-3am l.o.u.n.g.e free entry / $7 cocktail specials / chilled out sounds

Sunday 13 July Available for private functions

Monday 14 July 8pm CDS Productions Open Mic Night Competition Hosted by Chelle All Performers are Welcome Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc http://www.cdsproductions.co.nz

Tuesday 15 July 7.30pm Acoustic Cafe. Hosted by Dan Emma Walter, Mike Sloggett, Bronson Prior & more

Wednesday 16 July 7.30pm Wednesday's Wikkid Brew Tim Gemmell, Simon Hislop, Serum

Thursday 17 July 7pm York Street Studios Acid Test

Friday 18 July 9pm Chris Knox 11.30pm Suspicious Dribble 1am-3am l.o.u.n.g.e free entry / $7 cocktail specials / chilled out sounds

Saturday 19 July 9pm The Sick Boys www.thesickboys.co.nz With support from Charlotte Johansen 1am-3am l.o.u.n.g.e free entry / $7 cocktail specials / chilled out sounds

Sunday 20 July 7pm York Street Studios Acid Test

Monday 21 July 8pm CDS Productions Open Mic Night Competition Hosted by Chelle All Performers are Welcome Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc http://www.cdsproductions.co.nz

Tuesday 22 July 7.30pm Acoustic Cafe. Hosted by Dan Marc Dominick & more

Wednesday 23 July 7.30pm Femme Fatale - Auckland's hottest female talent Hosted by Hot Pink Poetry www.hotpink.co.nz Reann www.reann.net, Adeline Space http://www.geocities.com/adelinespace Mahoney Harris, Mel Parsons

Thursday 24 July 7pm York Street Studios Acid Test

Friday 25 July Closed Private Function until 11pm 11.30pm Ishtar 1am-3am l.o.u.n.g.e free entry / $7 cocktail specials / chilled out sounds

Saturday 26 July 8pm Punga, Stan Malcolm, Christine White Smokefree Limited Tickets $20. Contact the Temple to book 11.30pm Seraph http://www.csoft.co.nz/band 1am-3am l.o.u.n.g.e free entry / $7 cocktail specials / chilled out sounds

Sunday 27 July York Street Studios Acid Test

Monday 28 July 8pm CDS Productions Open Mic Night Competition Hosted by Chelle All Performers are Welcome Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc http://www.cdsproductions.co.nz

Tuesday 29 July 7.30pm Acoustic Cafe. Hosted by Dan Drew Rivers, Emma Walter, Anita

Wednesday 30 July 7.30pm Wednesday's Wikkid Brew Guy Taylor, Bronson Prior, SILK

Thursday 31 July 7pm York Street Studios Acid Test

Friday 1 August 7.30pm Glenn Bodger 11.30pm The Pelvic Thunderhound 1am-3am l.o.u.n.g.e free entry / $7 cocktail specials / chilled out sounds

Saturday 2 August 8pm Speak Eazy Dedicated to 100% banging underground hip hop 1am-3am l.o.u.n.g.e free entry / $7 cocktail specials / chilled out sounds

Sunday 3 August 7pm York Street Studios Acid Test

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