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Fete de la musique - sat 26th june

Tue, 8 Jun 2004

Fete de la musique - sat 26th june Fete de la Musique

One day festival of live music at Happy - Latino's Tapas Bar - Beau Monde - Motel

Saturday June 26th Admission is Free


Disasteradio - Jonathan Crayford - Modern Afrobeat Quintet - The Flower Orphans - The Ill Phonics The Mysterious Tapeman - The Norman Meehan Quartet - The Raskolnikovs - The Sambassadors - Twinset - Sans Souci - Zirkus


- Happy - Underground on the corner of Tory and Vivian Sts

9.00pm Zirkus Big Band 10.30pm The Flower Orphans 12.00am Disasteradio 12.45am The Mysterious Tapeman 1.30am The Raskolnikovs

- Latino's Tapas Bar - Upstairs on the corner of Tory and Vivian Sts

9.30pm Jonathan Crayford 11.00pm The Ill Phonics 12.30am The Modern Afro Beat Quintet 2.00am The Sambassadors

- Beau Monde - Upstairs on Level 1, 82 Tory St

10.30pm Sans Souci 12.30am Green Herring

- Motel - Upstairs on Level 1, 45 Tory St

9.30pm Twinset 11.30pm Norman Meehan Quartet


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