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Happy Concerts


Wednesday November 10th

10pm

The Metabolists

Jeff Henderson, Ricki Gooch, David Long

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Thursday November 11th

10pm

The Jonathan Crayford Trio

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Friday November 12th

10pm

Inna Yardwise Session

Dub ‘n’ jungle ‘n’ bass

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Saturday November 13th

10pm

Marineville

Album launch

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Tuesday November 16th

10pm

The Dodecahedrons

Aotearoa’s finest new music ensemble

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Wednesday November 17th

10pm

New Music Trios

Feat. Orb 3, Blair Latham and guests

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Thursday November 18th

10pm

The Jonathan Crayford Trio

Latin and bebop jazz piano

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