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Gahu still there

*Gahu still there

Global fusion and world jazz at the London Bar Thursdays in December
Upstairs at the Civic tavern cnr Wellesley & Queen St Auckland City.

London Bar Ph: 373 3684 cnr Queen & Wellesley St The home of Auckland's Live Jazz
8.30pm start. Free entry.

*K’Road Karnival Saturday December 4th. 1.10pm mainstage

*Sponge Bar Saturday December 4th. Ponsonby Road 9.30pm start
PONSONBY ALIVE 2004 Sat 27th Nov - Sun 5th Dec
A festival of live music from the heart of Ponsonby
OVER 40 FREE GIGS At 15 locations over 9 days along Ponsonby Road

Unity Pacific
• Hello Sailor
• Gahu
• Grand Central Band
• Caitlin Smith
• Rick Bryant
• Windy City Strugglers
• Jordan Luck Band
• Emma Paki
• Graham Brazier

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