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Sandwiches - Jazz Joints and More

Sandwiches - Jazz Joints and More

Sandwiches – 8 Kent Tce, Wellington.

Sandwiches, the Lounge & Club of multi-flavoured entertainment an warm hospitality, invites you to take a look at this weeks events.

Log onto www.sandwiches.co.nz for further info

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Tuesday 21 June

Sandwiches is open for dinner, snacks or just a drink

3pm till late, Tuesday through Saturday.

The Wellington Jazz Club proudly presents Pleasure Point

This Tuesday night The Wellington Jazz Club brings you a night of the best Jazz musicians and vocalists live on stage from 8pm in the Sandwiches Lounge Bar. Entry will cost $10 for public, $8 for Jazz Club members and only $2 for students with ID. Dinner served from 5pm - Show starts 9pm. Table Bookings Recommended

Wednesday 22 June

Wednesday Night Live

Jazz Sandwiches in association with Montana Jazz presents a live jazz dinner & show experience, featuring a rotating line-up of Wellington’s leading Jazz groups & soloists every Wednesday.

This Wednesday features the Nick Tipping Trio along with special guest Colin Hemmingsen.

Colin Hemmingsen (saxophone) is one of NZ’s leading jazz musicians. He is a master of jazz sax playing with an international reputation, and is a long-standing member of the jazz faculty at the NZ School of Music. He is a frequent performer with the Nick Tipping Trio

Open for dinner or drinks from 3pm, the show starts at 9.30pm – Open till late - Free Entry, table bookings recommended.

Thursday 23 June

Need a night out with your friends?

How about a cozy night in?

Come relax in the Lounge with a bit of wine, good conversation with good mates and the best Jazz sounds from DJ Aims

Open for dinner or drinks from 3pm, the DJ starts at 8.30pm – Open till late - Free Entry, table bookings recommended.

Friday 24 June

Sandwiches and Booty Bass presents The Pimps Up Ho Down - a night of Hip Hop, Breaks, Dance Hall and Drum'n'Bass

Homegirls sho me lov up in da club! Wellyz own Homegirl Ayna, a regular DJ at Hip Hop, Booty Bass and any bar with bang'n beats is venturing out into the big bad world... and we wana send her off in style with one hell of a Ho Down, and a serious DJ line-up... Featuring Ayna (Bootybass Hip Hop), DJ Art (Yardwise Dancehall Hip Hop), Takas (Drunk'n Master Hip Hop), Flex (Jump-Up Jungle Drum'n'Bass), Subsonik (Bassdrop Drum'n'Bass), Gimpgirl and Pvans (Funky Breaks).

Entry only by way of a $5 Door Charge.

Saturday 25 June

Wang's Kitchen is a hot pot of musical broth with some of the finest Wellington Live ingredients

Ever woundered who the sifty asian is that holds up the bar at every gig in the city? Well his name is Eric Wang, and he is one of the most colourful characters the Welly music scene has ever had the priviledge of knowing. Sadly he's leaving us, but not before a bloody big party! This will be one of the gigs of 2005, performing in his honour is some of the cities best DJs and musicians, including... Zen, Kava, Mu & Dallas, DDog, Holly Smith, Clinton Smiley, Audio Sauce, Duncan, Pacific Heights & P Digss, Wang himself and many more jaming on the night. Yea! $15 on the door.

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