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ah, La Bella!

ah, La Bella!

Sandwiches Ladies Night – Friday the 19th of November sees the return of some of Wellington’s finest female DJ talent;

Alita 1, Robyn, Gimpgirl, Agent 99, Amy, Ayna, Mel

and of course, hosted by the fabulous MC Kyla.

This installment welcomes the “Departure Lounge” stylings of Lotus and Miss Lilly (Former Queen DJs of the Christchurch Dance Scene) returning to the decks after many years, much work, travel, debut albums and even a child along the way.

As always , the night is free for the ladies with lollies, cocktail specials and to celebrate summer – Sandwiches Chef, Dave Paske will stock the ice box with his very own Fine Ice Cream Cones. All in the name of female fun.

So bring it on ladies – and gentlemen, you know where you want to be… $10 is the fee!

A Sandwiches event, with thanks to Firm Fm, The Package and women that make it happen.

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