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ReFuel gig updates


ReFuel gig updates

Hi all

Here is the latest events listing for The ReFuel Bar Dunedin Please note we will be closed from mid Nov until mid Feb- when the students return.

Wed 15 Oct KEN NAGAS BAND CD release party / Renegade soundsystem + guests. Pint Night. FREE. 9pm.

Thu 16 Oct Driveby comedy night. stand-up, theatresports, joke comp + more. 8pm

Fri 17 Oct UNIV OF OTAGO ROCK DEGREE BANDS: My Melisma, Hot Ed @the beehives, Physical Jerks, La Fete du Pain, Love is my cortina 8.00pm

Sat 18 Oct UNIV OF OTAGO ROCK DEGREE BANDS: Schoenbergs Revenge, The well equipped hobos, The Unsophisticates, Nigel + the Pussycats 8.30pm

Tue 21 Oct THE DATSUNS + guests. 9pm. Tickets at OUSA

Wed 22 Oct DJs Mango + Daddy Cool Loungearama / The Aesthetics + guests play live. Pint Night. FREE. 9pm

Fri 24 Oct SHAPESHIFTER (Melb), Pacific Heights (Melb), DJ Sean, Kaps, Phacta + MC Rizzla. 10pm Presale tickets from OUSA.

Sat 25 Oct STYLUS (Akl)+ guests play live. 9pm

Wed 29 Oct MISERY + WHITE LINE FEVER (Melb) Death mettalers Misery return -this time with Motorhead tribute band Whiteline Fever + Meatyard from Chch in support Pint Night. FREE. 9pm.

Fri 31 Oct THE VERLAINES with support from The Gladeyes + Alphacast. from 9pm

Sat 01 Nov 4 MAN BOB (Chch) + guests play live. from 9pm

Wed 05 Nov Special Kneadz DJs play Breakbeat + DnB / DJs Mango + Daddy Cool Loungearama. Pint Night. FREE. 9pm

Fri 07 Nov SCRIBE - The Crusade CD release party. with support from Frontline, DJs Dose, Co-wrekt, + MC Drex + more TBA. From 10pm

Sat 08 Nov THE BRUNETTES (Akl) + the Tokey Tones (Akl) play live

Wed 12 Nov WILSON + ONANON play live / Special Kneadz DJs play Breakbeat + DnB. Pint Night. FREE. 9pm

Fri 14 Nov END OF EXAMS PARTY: MC MANA +DJ STICKY FINGERS (Chch), RESINATE (Ivc/Wgtn), THE VIBRASICS. 10pm

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