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AuSM Orientation 2005 @ AUT

10 January 2005

PRESS RELEASE

AuSM Orientation 2005 @ Auckland University of Technology Monday 28th February to Friday 11 March

Spread over two campus and two weeks, the 2005 AuSM Orientation Festival at the Auckland University of Technology aims to provide entertainment enlightenment for a diverse range of students.

Thus the range of performers crosses boundaries from Drum n Bass (Concord Dawn) Hip Hop (The Fast Crew) and Reggae (Katchafire) to Rock (Deja Voodoo), Indie (from the USA, Lambchop) and Punk (The Bleeders). But there's more to an AuSM Orientation than just bands, also part of the programme are DJ's (Dubhead, Logikal and Dunc tha Funk), a Hypnotist Show (Grant Boddington) and even a Wrestling Demonstration by Impact Pro Wrestling.

All events are free to AUT students (except Lambchop), public tickets to major events(*) are available from Real Groovy Records.

Website via www.orientation.co.nz

The Programme;

Monday 28 February The D4, 12pm Wellesley Quad, City Campus DJ Dubhead, 3pm Vesbar, City Campus Welcome Back Party feat DJ Dunc Tha Funk, 7pm, Vesbar, City Campus

Tuesday 1st March The Fast Crew, Dei Hamo 12pm Wellesley Quad, City Campus Free Feed; DJ Dubhead + Free BBQ, 12pm, Lower Cafe Quad, North Shore Campus DJ Logikal 3pm Vesbar, City Campus

Wednesday 2nd March World Music Day featuring; Ishta (live ethnic Groove), AuSM Clubs Day, Free BBQ, Club Performances, 11am-2pm Wellesley Quad, City Campus DJ The Chaplin 3pm Vesbar, City Campus The Bleeders, Sommerset & This Night Creeps, 7pm, Vesbar, City Campus (*)

Thursday 3rd March Free Feed; DJ Dubhead + Free BBQ, 12pm, Wellesley Quad, City Campus DJ Dunc Tha Funk, 3pm, Vesbar, City Campus Katchafire, One Million Dollars & DJ Dubhead, 7pm, AUT Quad/Vesbar, City Campus (*)

Friday 4th March Cat Empire (Australia), Dei Hamo, The Fast Crew + More, 12pm, AUSA Quad, University of Auckland (Associated Show) (*) Crumb & Valves, 7pm, Vesbar, City Campus

Saturday 5th March Lambchop (usa), David Kilgour, The Boxcar Guitars, 8pm, The Studio, K'RD, City (Associated Show)

Monday 7th March Free Feed; DJ Dunc Tha Funk + Free BBQ, 12pm, Lower Cafe Quad, North Shore Campus

Tuesday 8th March Deja Voodoo, 12pm, Behind the AUT Gym, North Shore Campus Connan and the Mockassins, 12pm, Wellesley Quad, City Campus Hypnotist - Grant Boddington Show, 7pm, Lower Cafe Quad, North Shore Campus

Wednesday 9th March IPW Wrestling Demonstration, 12pm, AUT Gym, North Shore Campus Hypnotist - Grant Boddington Show, 7pm, Vesbar, City Campus

Thursday 10 March The Fast Crew, 12pm, Behind the AUT Gym, North Shore Campus IPW Wrestling Demonstration, 12pm, Wellesley Quad, City Campus Fat Freddys Drop, SJD Band + Guests, 7pm, AUT Quad/Vesbar, City Campus (*)

Friday 11 March Concord Dawn & bline, 7pm, Vesbar, City Campus

ENDS

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