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Bodega Gig Guide Update - 3 May 2006

Bodega Gig Guide Update - 3 May 2006

Bar Bodega: 101 Ghuznee Street, Wellington, New Zealand www.bodega.co.nz
Please note that this supersedes the gig listing dated 1 May 2006

W3 Thumper with guests
Room 101: Beer Club - $25
T4 Volcana, Knife Fight & Zombie Fuck
Room 101: The Broken Heart Breakers & Bonanza
F5 Supernova with The Thomas Oliver Band
S6 National Radio and Bar Bodega present: The Transmission
Presented by NZ’s biggest supporters of original Kiwi music. Bar Bodega and National Radio present one of the largest recording sessions in one day with performances by Recloose, Minuit, Bunnies on Ponies, Grayson Gilmour, Ryan Prebble, Alphabet Head and more! FREE ENTRY
S7 Pearl with the band Dave - 8pm
M8 BYO (Kiwi) Vinyl, Tapes, CDs and IPODs with Wellingtons finest DJs
T9 Beats and Bubbles: ($3 Drink Specials) with live bands underground
W10 MySpace Wednesday: Orange Farm, Christine White & Hinemoana Baker
Room 101: Julie Bevan
T11 FOOD featuring Misha Marks(guitar), Jonny Marks (tea chest bass), John White(violin) and
Alphabethead(turntables)
Room 101: Thomas Parkes
F12 1QA & So So Modern with The New Caledonia
Room 101: The Livids with The Hi Aces
S13 Lawrence Arabia Album Release with Samuel Flynn Scott & The Wellington Ukulele Orchestra
S14 Acoustic Sunday
M15 BYO (Kiwi) Vinyl, Tapes, CDs and IPODs with Wellingtons finest DJs
T16 Beats and Bubbles: ($3 Drink Specials) with live bands underground
W17 Ivez Lamkum, D-LO Squad & sonSwitch
Room 101: 9.45pm - Rhys Darby
T18 Thomas the Funk Engine with Supernova
Room 101: 8pm - Alex Hawley 9.45pm - Rhys Darby
F19 Punches, Grand Prix and Over the Atlantic
Room 101: 8pm - Alex Hawley 9.45pm - Rhys Darby
S20 HDU with Mestar
Room 101: 8pm - Alex Hawley 9.45pm - Rhys Darby
S21 Acoustic Sunday
M22 BYO (Kiwi) Vinyl, Tapes, CDs and IPODs with Wellingtons finest DJs
T23 Beats and Bubbles: ($3 Drink Specials) Live in Room 101 with Cop Car & Rhythm Subrosa
W24 MySpace Wednesday: Nine Mile (CAN)
Room 101: 9.30pm – Craig Geenty
T25 Miss Demenaour: Dekline, Starfig Newton and Guests
Room 101: 9.30pm – Craig Geenty

F26 Connan & The Mockasins – Fundraiser Gig
Room 101: 9.30pm – Craig Geenty
Room 101: 11.00pm - Dr Invisiablo (AUS), Knife Fight, Cherry’s Gemstones
S27 The Mint Chicks, This Night Creeps, Shaky Hands, White Birds + Lemons & Sunny Tokyo
Room 101: 9.30pm – Craig Geenty
9pm - Wellington African Community - Dance Party
S28 Acoustic Sunday
M29 BYO (Kiwi) Vinyl, Tapes, CDs and IPODs with Wellingtons finest DJs
T30 Beats and Bubbles: ($3 Drink Specials) with live bands underground
W31 Mike Brosnan - National Tour
T1 American Punk Band
F2 To Be Announced
S3 Don McGlashan - TBC
Room 101: Tourist, Gasoline Cowboy, The Septembers
S4 Acoustic Sunday
M5 BYO (Kiwi) Vinyl, Tapes, CDs and IPODs with Wellingtons finest DJs
T6 Beats and Bubbles: ($3 Drink Specials) Live in Room 101 featuring three upcoming bands
W7 MySpace Wednesday featuring Daybreak
Room 101: Beer Club - $25
T8 Make Out City Presents: Holiday with Friends & Tommy Ill
F9 Jessica Something Jewish (USA), Alps (AUS)
Room 101: Volcana, Tapeman, Disasteradio
S10 Dunstan Rangers Album Launch - 4pm
Club Bizzare Present: Serenna, Motocade, Nebula One & Guests
S11 Weekend Warriors: Music Works Family Event
M12 BYO (Kiwi) Vinyl, Tapes, CDs and IPODs with Wellingtons finest DJs
T13 Beats and Bubbles: ($3 Drink Specials) Live bands in Room 101
W14 MySpace Wednesday
Room 101: Dave Kempton
T15 Rock Out
F16 $kint, King Jankoff, Hellserpoppin
S17 All Blacks vs Ireland
The Situations, Cherry and Guests
Room 101: Payola & The Exiles
S18 Acoustic Sunday
M19 BYO (Kiwi) Vinyl, Tapes, CDs and IPODs with Wellingtons finest DJs
T20 Beats and Bubbles: ($3 Drink Specials) Live bands in Room 101
W21 MySpace Wednesday
Room 101: Dave Kempton
T22 20 Beers On Tap
F23 Darkness ’06 – Angel Spit (AUS), Rose Petals & Confetti, Zer0 and The Mercy Cage
S24 Darkness ’06 - IKON (Aus), Halva Eve, Serenna and Disjecta Membra
Room 101: African Dance Party
S25 Acoustic Sunday
M26 BYO (Kiwi) Vinyl, Tapes, CDs and IPODs with Wellingtons finest DJs
T27 Beats and Bubbles: ($3 Drink Specials) Live bands in Room 101
W28 MySpace Wednesday
Room 101: The Barley Shakes (UK)
T29 A fine single malt whiskey selection
F30 No Funeral (USA)
S1 Clave Latina
S2 Acoustic Sunday
M3 BYO (Kiwi) Vinyl, Tapes, CDs and IPODs with Wellingtons finest DJs
T4 Beats and Bubbles: ($3 Drink Specials) Live bands in Room 101
W5 MySpace Wednesday
Room 101: Beer Club
T6 Make Out City Presents: Tommy Ill and Holiday with Friends
F7 Era Brightwell
S8 The WBC – Album Launch
S9 Acoustic Sunday
M10 BYO (Kiwi) Vinyl, Tapes, CDs and IPODs with Wellingtons finest DJs
T11 Beats and Bubbles: ($3 Drink Specials) Live bands in Room 101
W12 MySpace Wednesday
T13 Dine at Bodega
F14 Private Function Bookings 384 8212
S15 Kodak Music Clip Awards
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