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High Rollers

Sony Ericsson, Highlife Entertainment & Infusion Magazine Present

High Rollers
Saturday March 25th
Coast Club & Lounge
Syke N Sugarstarr
Producers of the Hit Tracks
“Better Things”, “So Many Times”, “Ticket to Ride” And Many More!


Steve Richards (Uk)

Local Support from

Bevan Keys / Greg Churchill / Dick Johnson / Grant Marshall
Dj Sirvere/ Angela Fisken / Jolyon Petch / Karn Hall / Dj Reminise
Plus More Tba!

Early Bird $17 Tickets on Sale Now by Texting ‘Highrollers’ to 858 (Only 100 Available)

Normal Tickets Are $27 Available from Real Groovy, Route 66 And All Supre Stores Auckland Wide

Listen to Their Music by Using the Links Below

So Many Times - Gadjo

Better Things - Afropeans Feat Inaya Day

Ticket 2 Ride


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