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Happy Listings Aug 18th - 25th

Happy Listings Aug 18th - 25th

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Wednesday 18th August

10pm

The Freeloader presents All Planet

Inaugural Olmecha Supreme journey and album release party

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Thursday 19th August

10pm

The Elephant Men

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Friday 20th August

10pm

FOOD and John White w/ Nikki Lillicrap

Dissonant funk, songsmith and vibraphone

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Saturday 21st August

10pm

Inna Yardwise Session

Dubwise Soundsystem

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Tuesday 24th August

10pm

The Dodecahedrons

NZ's top improvising ensemble

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Wednesday 25th August

10pm

The Freeloader presents All Planet

Wednesday night dub and roots

Happy underground cnr Vivian and Tory Streets Little Italy PO Box 9069 Wellington Aotearoa +64 4 384 1965 www.happy.net.nz

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