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Bass Frontiers Studionine Presents Carnival Beats


Bass Frontiers And Studionine Presents Carnival Beats

SATURDAY 28 FEBRUARY (CUBA ST CARNIVAL WEEKEND)

CURVEBAR+STUDIONINE

Join us on Wellingtons biggest weekend of the year as we bring together Bass Frontiers, Facecutters, Fried Chicken and Solid Wax for a multizone, multigenre massive mash up. Curve will be vibing to the sounds of the Fried Chicken Sound System, rockin a premium blend of this and that and every ting in between. Up the stairs in the Nine, the Solid Wax connection will be blazin' the badman anthems and straight thugged out classics for yo' ear. Keeping the pressure heavy in the club, Bass Frontiers meet newcomers Facecutters, for a session of grimey drum and bass. You have been warned...

CURVEBAR - FRIED CHICKEN KAVA, MAREK, DJ ART AND GUESTS

MAINROOM - BASS FRONTIERS AND FACECUTTERS DDOG SAL B.LO JDM SLIPS IMPORT EWOK AND HOOKS

NINEBAR - THE SOLIDWAX CONNECTION

HOSTED BY MC AG, MI$$ CHATTERBOX, HERITAGE AND XHALE

$15 on the door

www.bassfrontiers.co.nz

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