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Happy Listings 27th Oct - 4th Nov

Thurs 27
9th WELLINGTON INTERNATIONAL JAZZ FESTIVAL
tickets available at Ticketek and very limited on the door....ticket gains access to all shows on one night
8pm and 10pm
MATTHEW MITCHELL TRIO

Fri 28
8pm
JOHN WHITE

10pm
SKALLANDER!


Sat 29
8pm
MISHA MARKS FOURTET

10pm
ANTHONY DONALDSON and the VILLAGE IDIOTS present
HOUSE OF THE DAMASCUS HORN - voodoo rites

12am
DITZY SQUALL

Sun 30
8pm
ROSE BEAUCHAMP - THE JOURNEY
9.30
the DOMINION CENTENARY CONCERT BAND

Mon - Wed
coming to Happy in Nov! GHOSTPLANE, KAHU, AGE PRYOR, THOMAS PARKES, POETRY FESTIVAL
MANIMANIMA!

Thurs 3 Nov 8.30pm

NORMAN MEEHAN QUARTET
original jazz

Fri 4 Nov
AHMED ZAOUI book launch
featuring
RICO SUAVE / CONNAN and the MOCCASINS / LADY LUCK


Happy
corner Vivian and Tory Streets
Wellington
New Zealand

www.happy.net.nz

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