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Bodega Gig Guide Update - 22 March 2006

Bodega Gig Guide Update - 22 March 2006
Bar Bodega: 101 Ghuznee Street, Wellington, New Zealand www.bodega.co.nz
* Please note that this supersedes the gig listing dated 15 March 2006

W22 MySpace Wednesday - Spacegun & The Special Olympians
Room 101: Paddy Burgin
T23 Holiday with Friends, Tommy Ill and very, very, VERY special guests
Room 101: Mad Max, Alpha Noise and The Housewives
F24 The Bouncing Souls (USA) with Not Quite Right & Damaged
S25 African Dance Party - Wellington Zimbabwe Soccer Fundraiser
S26 Super 14 replays - Open Mic - Acoustic, Bands and Jams
M27 Listening Post - BYO Vinyl, CDs, DVDs, IPODs etc etc etc - 8.00pm - Free Entry
T28 “Beats and Bubbles” Eighties trash DJ upstairs with three bands live downstairs - Free Entry
W29 MySpace Wednesday - The Moon Whispers
Room 101: Christine White
T30 Armana and guests
Room 101: Dinner with Hot Club Sandwich - 384 8212
F31 Jaggedy Ann (USA) with The Twitch, My Silver Medal & Assorted Sweets
S1 SJD, James Duncan and Luke Buda with band
Room 101: Shaky Hands, Thought Creature, Vitus Dance & Mad Max
S2 Super 14 replays - Open Mic - Acoustic, Bands and Jams
M3 Listening Post - BYO Vinyl, CDs, DVDs, IPODs etc etc etc - 8.00pm - Free Entry
T4 “Beats and Bubbles” Eighties trash DJ upstairs with three bands live downstairs - Free Entry
W5 MySpace Wednesday - Halva Eve
Room 101: Beer Club - 7pm
T6 Chicken Head and Lotus Eaters
Room 101: In It For The Money, Dragstrip and Guests
F7 Soul, funk and groove with The Aviators
Room 101: Fear of Virtue and friends
S8 Ruptus Jack, Ten Penny Joke (AUS), Not Quite Right & Rearview Murder
S9 Open Mic - Acoustic, Bands and Jams
M10 Listening Post - BYO Vinyl, CDs, DVDs, IPODs etc etc etc - 8.00pm - Free Entry
T11 “Beats and Bubbles” Eighties trash DJ upstairs with three bands live downstairs - Free Entry
W12 Side Project, Gugonix, Mugatu
Room 101: Saali Marks
T13 Rock n Roll - Crypt Kicker 3
F14 The Life of Brian - $25 includes food, beer and entertainment
S15 Chuganaut and Magnum Opus
Room 101: Fideleo and My Silver Medal
S16 Open Mic - Acoustic, Bands and Jams
M17 Listening Post - BYO Vinyl, CDs, DVDs, IPODs etc etc etc - 8.00pm - Free Entry
T18 “Beats and Bubbles” Eighties trash DJ upstairs with three bands live downstairs - Free Entry

ENDS

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