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Sandwiches What's On - 8 March - 24 March

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.


Wednesday 8 March

Wednesday Night Live

Jazz Sandwiches in association with Glengarry Wines 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

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

Thursday 9 March

Cheese & Pickle

Your weekly dose of Funky Soul, Latin Boogaloo and Motown mayhem

Thursday in the Lounge is Cheese & Pickle...Your weekly dose of Funky Soul, Latin Boogaloo and Motown mayhem. With Firm FM Dj Redbird Jnr - FREE ENTRY - 9pm till late


Friday 10 March
Frontline
Aotearoa's premier Hip-Hop duo return to Sandwiches as part of NZ-wide tour!
Con Psy’s masterful lyrical ability and 41's superbly crafted beats makes Frontline’s music a cut above the typical New Zealand rap release and some of the most intelligent and vital hip-hop music to arise from these shores. Released on Dirty Records, their debut album ‘Borrowed Time’ has rapidly risen to acclaim. Frontline are indeed the most important rap group in New Zealand... and return to the capital once again - Get ready!
Get your limited $15 Presale Ticket from Real Groovy Records, DMC DJ Products and Sandwiches

Saturday 11 March
SOANE
Welly's own Private Funktion returns for 2006 with special guest SOANE, the Tongan Prince of NZ House music
Over the past 12 months, Private Funktion has presented some fine talents like Tiny People, Sam Fraser, Ben Wah, Andrew Innes, Philippa and Dick ' Majik' Johnson. So, without further a due, its time to buckle in for her 1st PFunk extravaganza for 2006! Special guest is Soane from Auckland, a Samoan house music heavyweight, Soane is possibly New Zealands most loved and respected House music Producer/DJ. Alongside will be Wellington's DJ Tapan and Wade.
$10 on the door - You're Invited!


Coming Next Week ...

Friday 17 March – Munt FM LIVE with Mikee Havoc

Saturday 18 March – Ali B – Air Breaks World Tour

Coming Soon ...

Friday 24 March – LTJ Bukem & MC Conrad

Log onto www.sandwiches.co.nz for further info

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