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Sandwiches Programme 11-22 October

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.

Tuesday

Sandwiches is open for dinner, snacks or just a drink
3pm till late, Tuesday through Saturday.

Wednesday 12 October

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 Andrew Kogan Trio.

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

Thursday 13 October

The Bird House

Sandwiches hosts a night of deep House Music!!!

Featuring The Bird House resident Robin.

The sounds will great you from 9pm onwards, with Robin warming the after-dinner environment with an eclictic mix of downbeat and deep House Music... smooth, deep, up and down the House! Open till late.

FREE Entry all night.

Friday 14 October

King Kapisi's Dominant Species New Zealand Tour

The New Zealand Hip Hop legend, King Kapisi is coming to Sandwiches, Wellington as part a nation wide tour promoting the release of his lattest album which includes the first single 'Raise Up' and a limited edition version with remix disc featuring remixes by The Nextmen, Katalyst, Tiki and Fourty One.

(Album Due Out October 10).

In support will be locals GND featuring National Beatbox Champ, MC DuggyB. And DJ Duncan (The Shimmy).

$15 On The Door.

www.kingkapisi.com

Saturday 15 October

Private Funktion – You’re invited… to the 1st birthday celebrations!

With special guest:

DJ Dick ‘Majik’ Johnson – Paper Recordings

Greetings all you trendsetters! Its hard to believe that its been over a year now since the Private Funktion starship completed her maiden flight. During these 12 months the P-Funk brand has formed 6 sensational episodes presenting some of the South Pacific’s finest electrical talents like Tiny People, Sam Fraser, Ben Wah, Andrew Innes and Philippa.

We hope that you have all enjoyed them as much as we have, its been quite a ride.

So, without further a due, its time to buckle in for her 1st birthday extravaganza! You are invited!

Climbing aboard for the birthday edition we welcome Mr. Dick ‘Majik’ Johnson to the flight deck. Dick is a house music heavyweight on both world hemispheres, after starting out in the acid house madness of Manchester’s Hacienda amoung many legendary residencies, he has had involvement with some of the worlds biggest labels including Shaboom and Paper Recordings. For lifestyle reasons he spends much of his current time producing out of his Auckland studio – and loves venturing south for the Wellington crowds.

…Alongside will be the solid house and funk sounds of your trusty resident DJ Tapan and Wellingtons own, long time fellow crony and tech house ambassador DJ Filter. The Sandwiches residents will be keeping it fresh in the lounge bar. That’s Private Funktion’s 1st Birthday – Only $10 on the door - You’re Invited!

Coming soon ...

Friday 21 Oct – Electric Mojo with Ben Mono (Compost Recordings), Recloose and Phil B.
Saturday 22 Oct – Lady 6 and DJ Parks

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