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happy listings to 14 april

happy listings to 14 april

Thursday 30th March - 9pm - $5
Jesse Moss (harriet and the matches) and Hannah Howes (dunedin) - Acoustic folk styles

Friday 31st March - 10pm
The Idle Suite, the much anticipated return of Food with a new lineup including bass legent Patrick Bleakley, Black Bart and the Cow Girl kick off the hoedown with members of Zirkus and No San Pedro.

Saturday 1st April - 10pm - $10
Stink Magnetic Tape presents: The Chandeliers, Slim Chants and Boss Christ's Sideburns Showcase

Sunday 2nd April
Manimanima and special guests

Tuesday 4th April - 8pm
Acoustic Pioneers : Paddy Burgen, Lunarfish (violin and guitar duo) and Surya Dasa - songs from a pilgrim heart

Wednesday 5th Arpil
The Nick van Dijk Ensemble

Thursday 6th April - 9pm
Simon Coomber, Ryan Prebble and Tessa Rain

Friday 7th April - 10 pm


Thought Creature, Ditzy Squall, Goodbye Galaxy, Alphanoise.

Saturday 8th April - 10pm
Birchville Cat Motel (only nz gig 2006) Netherdawn, Seht and Ben Spiers

Sunday 9th April
Manimanima

Tuesday 11th April
Some Snazzy Humans and guests

Wednesday 12th April
Mugato and Chris Palmer and Gammorah (tbc)

Thursday 13th April
Misha Marks, Jonny Marks, Alphabet Head, John White

Friday 14th April - Closed


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