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Space Waltz, Knox, Gamble, Tocker, Brazier

Space Waltz, Chris Knox, Hammond Gamble, Mahinarangi Tocker, Graham Brazier

Hi there

Tickets are selling fast for the NOISE CONTROL BATTLE FUNDRAISING CONCERT featuring all these legends of NZ music, all on one night!! I'd suggest you book now to avoid disappointment.

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

Thursday, July 17th at Galatos. 17 Galatos St, Newton

Tickets from Ticketek http://premier.ticketek.co.nz/r.asp?NT=WHATNOISE&SC=WHATNOISE or 307-5000 Or the Temple $30

As I'm sure you're aware the Temple is in the middle of battling Auckland City Council with some horrendous noise control issues and the matter currently in the Environment Court. The cost of this battle to date is in excess of $10,000.

The proceeds from this concert are to help us fight back, which not only assists the Temple and all the 3000 musicians who perform here each year, but also sets some important precedents for the music industry.


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