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Happy Listings 8 June - 15 June

Happy Listings

Wed 8 - Leila Adu

THurs 9 - Norman Meehan Quintet - piano jazz 8.30pm

Fri 10 - Attik + Seven Suns 10pm

Sat 11 - Twinset - 10pm

Sun - Tues - coming soon to the Happy stage...Mint Chicks, This Night
Creeps, Fete de la Musique and more

Wed 15 - POGAN - perform 2 improvised operas 8.30pm


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Wellington
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