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Respect 2005 : Saturday 12 February, 12pm Free

Wed, 9 Feb 2005

Respect 2005 : Saturday 12 February, 12- 4 Pm Free!

The Dowse's massive bi-annual RESPECT Hip Hop Festival is back and bigger than ever! Be there as leading hip hop performers from around the country take to the stage this Saturday for the fourth free RESPECT event. 2005 LINE UP 4 Corners, Footsouljahs, Wanderers, Hamofide, Stepkingz Crew, GND, Trucelee & DJ Manchoo, D-Lo Squad, Temple Jones, DJ Rhys B, MC Tofiga and MC Omeka.

date : Saturday 12 February, 12 - 4pm venue : The Dowse's front yard! 45 Laings Road, Lower Hutt FREE

EVENT SPONSORED BY:

Hutt Valley Youth Health * RadioActive * The Hutt News * Leisure Active

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