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AuSM Orientation Festival 06

16 January 2006

AuSM Orientation Festival @ AUT University Monday 20 February to Friday 3 March 06

Spread over two campuses and two weeks, the 2006 AuSM Orientation Festival at AUT University aims to provide entertainment and enlightenment to a diverse range of students.

Thus the range of performers crosses musical boundaries to include Drum n Bass (Concord Dawn), Hip Hop (Savage), Reggae/Dub (The Black Seeds), Rock (Elemno p) and Punk (The Bleeders).

But there's more to an AuSM Orientation than just bands, also part of the programme are DJ's (Logikal), a Hypnotist (Guy Cater), Comedy (Sam Wills)and even a Wrestling Demonstration (IPW)

And for the first year AuSM has arranged a discounted price for AUT students wishing to go to the Annual Outdoor Summer Shakespeare production, this year being “The Comedy of Errors”, which is held annually at the University of Auckland.

All events are free to AUT students (unless indicated) public tickets to major events are available from Real Groovy and the door.

Programme Highlights (Full programme at www.ausm.org.nz)

Monday 20 February PLUTO, 12pm, Wellesley Quad, City Campus Tuesday 21 February SAVAGE and The Disruptiv Crew Graffitti Art Demo, 12pm, Wellesley Quad, City Campus Wednesday 22 February THE BLEEDERS, KITSCH & COBRA KHAN, 7pm, Vesbar, City Campus Wednesday 22 February ELEMNOP, AUTOZAMM & FOAMY ED, 7pm, Vesbar, City Campus Friday 24 February SAM WILLS (comedian), 12pm, Wellesley Quad, City Campus KATCHAFIRE, KORA & DJ DUBHEAD, 8pm, AUT Quad/Vesbar, City Campus Tuesday 28 February PLUTO, 12pm, Behind AUT Gym, Akoranga Campus GUY CATER (hypnotist), 7pm, Lower Cafe, Akoranga Campus Wednesday 1 March IPW - IMPACT PRO WRESTLING, 12pm, AUT Gym, Akoranga Campus GUY CATER (hypnotist), 7pm, Vesbar, City Campus

Thursday 2 March dDUB, 12pm, Behind AUT Gym, Akoranga Campus CONCORD DAWN & DJ RIDDLE, 9pm, Vesbar, City Campus

Friday 3 March THE BLACK SEEDS, THE HOT GRITS & DUNC THA FUNK, 8pm, AUT Quad/Vesbar, City Campus

ENDS

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