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Sandwiches presents Chris Cox

Fri, 25 June 2004

Sandwiches in association with Antipodean Records is proud to present.

Chris Cox, storming south from Auckland ridding the success of his debut album "Places and Spaces"

For more information on New Zealand's rising talent oh Tech House Grooves, Downbeat and Breaks - DJ Chris Cox. Read on for more information.

Chris will be joined for a very special live performance from Th' Organics

And supported by local DJs Kava, Marek & Bryce.

Friday 25 June, $15 at the door

And special thanks to our to 42 Below Vodka for making it happen. And on Saturday.

You're invited to

"Private Funktion"

Featuring New Zealands most exciting up & coming House producers - "Tiny People"

Along side DJs Tapan and Chris Woods

$10 at the door. Sunday, Jazz Sandwiches and Deva Mahal Productions presents "Jazz on a Sunday".

A tribute to Sarah Vaughan

Hosted by Deva Mahal

Featuring a selection of Wellington's best Jazz performers and special guests

$15 at the door, table bookings are recommended


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