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This week at Sandwiches…

This week at Sandwiches…

Wednesday Night Live

Jazz Sandwiches & Montana Jazz presents Wednesday Night Live!!!

A live jazz dinner & show experience, featuring a rotating line-up of Wellington’s leading Jazz groups & soloists every Wednesday

This Wednesday features “Wellington Heads” Open for dinner from 5pm, the show starts at 9pm Free Entry table bookings recommended.

Next week features “The Nick Tipping Trio”

Cheese & Pickle

This week Cheese & Pickle presents a special guest “Shelley Taylor” Show casing her new album “I don’t sleep”

Check her website for more details http://www.shelleytaylor.co.nz Starts at 9pm

Bass Frontiers 6th Birthday

Friday 1st April 2005

Featuring special guest DJ: Fierce (Quarantine – UK)

And local support: DDOG, SAL, RUFFSTEP, JDM , TREI, KAVA, SOLID WAX, MAREK and MC's: KYLA, RUGGED TEK, DELIVERANCE

Providing the Welly Massive with its regular fix of quality drum and bass since 1999. Bass Frontiers has never faltered from its dedication to bring the people the best dj's laying down the finest beats, breaks and basslines. Entering their sixth year, Bass Frontiers would like to take this moment to thank everyone for supporting us over the past 6 years.

To celebrate this occasion Bass Frontiers is very happy to welcome for his long awaited debut Wellington performance....*FIERCE [Quarantine – UK] *

This badboy is no stranger to Drum and Bass with a string of heavyweight releases on ground breaking imprints such as Prototype, Virus, Metro and his own label Quarantine to name a few. Join us as we proudly bring you one of UK jungles, most entertaining and hard-hitting dj's. The one they call Fierce, touching down in Wellington for the first time.

Sandwiches would like to congratulate Ddog and the Bass Frontiers crew on 6 years of great Gigs.

Standard Tickets - $30 (+bf) available from DMC, Real Groovy, and Sandwiches*

http://www.bassfrontiers.co.nz | http://www.bassdrop.co.nz| http://www.sandwiches.co.nz

Tight n’ Polite

Saturday 2nd April

Dickies & Sandwiches present the Wellington House Music legends

Dj’s : Bubbles | Tane | Schmoo. With Mike Takas and Marek rolling out the party vibes in the lounge.

$10 Door sales. Two for the price of one special deal - Come with a friend.

Tight n Polite combines the highly respected talents of Welli’s favourite sons. Funky, Groovy, jumpin, foot spinnin chugging dance floor action. What more could you want? Well, maybe a drink in your hand. That can be arranged.

www.dickies.co.nz | www.harcon.co.nz

Coming soon ...

8th April – The Shimmy with Special guest ‘Oakley Grenell [O.G.]’ from Eskimo squad UK.

Show casing his new Album ‘City that Frosts’

9th April - Heineken Music ‘Thirst’ Dj/Producer competition Starts at 10pm

Followed by Monkey Business.

Sunday 24th April – Anzac Specail ‘P Bass Express [Live]’

Sandwiches

8 Kent Terrace,

Wellington

Log onto http://www.sandwiches.co.nz for further info.


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