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The new year at Happy

Happy New Year to all - here's the beginning of the new year from Happy:

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Tuesday 11th

10pm

Tuesday Cherubs

Hosted by the one and only Isaac Smith

Free Entry

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Wednesday 12^th

10pm

Jonny Marks and the Fast Bike

Free Entry

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Thursday 13^th

10pm

Jonathan Crayford’s Crustaceans

Free Entry

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Friday 14^th

10pm

DELETE!

Featuring Leila Adu

Free Entry

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Saturday 15^th

10pm

DELETE!

Featuring AAA

Free Entry

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Tuesday 18^th

10pm

Tuesday Cherubs

Hosted by the one and only Isaac Smith

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Wednesday 19^th

10pm

Mr Jeffrey J Henderson and the Suits

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From the aftermath of war through colonisation to her own personal convictions, Hall's new CD addresses current issues and social problems on multiple levels, confirming her position as a polemical and preeminent voice on the indigenous NZ music scene. More>>

 
 
 
 
 

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