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Sandwiches - Friday May 21

It's New Zealand Music Month, and to put our hand up for Godzone's best!!

Friday, 21 May...

Sandwiches, in association with Radio Active and Tiger Beer is proud to present...


Live Aotearoa Dub Reggae

With DJs Goosebump from Roots Foundation

And DJ Daimon aka The Nomad

And other special guests

$15 at the door

For more info on this award winning New Zealand band, check out the bio attached.

Saturday, 22 May...

Sandwiches and 42 Below present

The Return of

Freq Nasty

Live & direct from Fabric London

New Zealand's very own heavyweight breaks pioneer returns to our shores for another night of bad boy basslines

With DJs Bryce and Pvans

$20 presales available from DMC, Firm, Real Groovy and Sandwiches or $30 on the door

check out or for more info on the man himself


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