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Checks Come To Wellington 11 February

The Checks will be gracing Wellington city with their presence on the 11th of feb @ bodega with Support from Connan and the Mockasins.

This will be their first gig away from Auckland, so for those of you who are still yet to see these talented handsome musicians do so because you are about to see something pretty fuckin awsome.....imagine putting The Rolling Stones (The Checks)and Jimi Hendrix (The Mockasins) in one venue too show Wellington what it's all about

See you there, Friday, 11th of Feb @ bodega.

ENDS

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