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Reprezent @ Coast Bar

MEDIA RELEASE: 26.1.06

Adam.b & Triple 5 Soul present

Reprezent

Saturday February 25th 2006 @ Coast Bar & Lounge 10pm!

FEATURING:

KING KAPISI

DJ SIRVERE

DJ SHORT FUSE (CANADA)

BEVAN KEYS

GRANT MARSHALL

DJ CXL

DJ MANCHOO

DJ REMINISE

JOLYON PETCH

PETER JAMES

AND A WHOLE LOT MORE!


Tickets:
Tickets only $17 (This includes booking fee) available from Real Groovy, Route 66, Supre, Harlem 23, Statement Glenfield Mall, by texting ‘REPREZENT’ to 858 from your Vodafone mobile, by booking online at www.iticket.co.nz or by calling (09) 361 1000

Huge thanks to
Triple 5 Soul, Sony Ericsson, JVC, Harlem 23, Silver Bullet, Marc Ecko, Mofo Customs, Juice TV, Flava 96.1, Highlife Entertainment,
Cityvibes.co.nz, http://www.pillwarehouse.co.nz/, www.iticket.co.nz, George FM, Empire Workshop, Red Bull and Coast Bar!

ENDS

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