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What's On At Sandwiches

Tuesday 13 September

Sandwiches is open for dinner, snacks or just a drink

3pm till late, Tuesday through Saturday.

Wednesday 14 September

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 with special guest Charmaine Ford on keys.

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

Thursday 15 September

Michael Taylor and players from The Black Seeds and Rhombus perform "Quintiplicity".

Sandwiches is proud to host an event celebrating the release of Michael Taylor's album, "Quintiplicity". The Wellington based Musician/Producer's party which kicks off at 9pm, with a $10 Cover Charge, will feature the Michael Taylor Group with players from The Black Seeds and Rhombus. For further info, go to or go to any good record sale and pick up you copy of the album, "Quintiplicity" from Michael Taylor

Friday 16 September

Vital Sounds 2nd Birthday Dance

1-Sound brings to the listen public of Wellington, the Vital Sounds 2nd Birthday

VITAL SOUNDS 2ND BIRHTDAY DANCE The Authentic Sound of Jamaica, featuring Manray, Topknot, Danny Lemon, The Spotlight Kid, Ras Stone, The Mighty Asterix. Come celebrate our 2nd birthday -$10 - presales from Sandwiches & Real Groovy. Wellington’s best loved reggae soundsystem, Vital Sounds, are 2 years old and to celebrate we are taking over Sandwiches for a night of pure bass heaven! Join Aotearoa’s top selectahs and MC’s, presenting the roots vibe as it's supposed to be. BRINGING YOU WHAT YOU NEED An All Nations Dance .......for Music Lovers!!!

Saturday 17 September

Party Cuts

Sandwiches celebrates the END OF THE CAMPAIGNING!!!

Party Cuts? If Don has his way, this party will be gone by lunch time - and you might not leave till then either! Opening at Midnight, this two room extravaganza features in the Lounge, the Right Honourables DJ Sambora and the Speaker of the House MC PDigsss both of Shapeshifter along with DJs Kava and Takas. A Heavy hitting atmosphere of dubbed-up funk, soul, hip hop na drum n bass. While the Club features the King Makers, Tequila Flange which is DJs Ryan Salt and Dannyboy with back2back Progressive House mix. Also DJ Olly B is joined by guest vocalist Dayna Sanerivi LIVE. Only $10 on the door, opening at midnight... lets shake of those red and blues!

Coming soon ...

Friday 23 September – Ed Rush and Optical [UK]

Thursday 29 September – Nick Warren [GU]

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