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Happening this weekend at Sandwiches

Happening this weekend at Sandwiches

Happening this weekend at Sandwiches Lounge & Club, we are proud to present two very different nights for your musical pleasure and entertainment. Capital Recordings presents their monthly showcase the Wellington label's finest and freshest DJs and performers. This month.

Sandwiches welcomes the long awaited return of Michael Angelo from Los Angeles,

one of the original Sandwiches internationals performing at the Second Sandwiches club night back in 2001.

A lover of New Zealand, its land, people and culture Michael Angelo always brings

Something special to our shores which is reflected in his large following of party goers.

Deep, Funky, Tech House Music all the way from the land of the free. A special night

not to be missed.

Up & Coming at Sandwiches.

Next Thursday Sandwiches and Bass Frontiers presents.

Breakbeat Kaos with Pendulum | UK

Tickets $25 + booking fee from usual outlets Door $35

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