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Happy Listings 23 June - 30 June

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Wednesday 23rd June

9pm

A Low Hum

Featuring The Fanatics, Disasteradio, The Mysterious Tapeman and
Goldenaxe

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Thursday 24th June

10pm

Jonathan Crayford Trio

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Friday 25th June

10pm

Solar System

Final Wellington concert for legendary NYC drummer Clifford Barbaro

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Saturday 26th June

9pm

Fete de la Musique

Four venue FREE festival of music

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Sunday 27th June

8pm

Nights of the Flaming Anvil

Featuring Lawrence English (Australia)

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Tuesday 29th June

9pm

The Dodecahedrons

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Wednesday 30th June

9pm

The Michael Taylor Quintet

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