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Bodega – Friday 9 June - Newsletter

Bodega – Friday 9 June - Newsletter

Publicans Dozen and Platter
Congratulations to Houghton Valley School for winning last week. For this weeks draw email “Tuatara ” in the subject line.

Jack Daniels Giveaway
The 25th email with "Black" in the subject line will be able to pick up a Jack Daniels bag, shirt and CD wallet today.

OdESSA, Red Light Dynamite (The Bonnie Scarlets) & Luxury Liner – Tonight
We are pleased to see the return of OdESSA tonight with their infectious tunes to warm up the chilly winter air - and they'll be bringing some friends to make for a very, very good night out! Check out Neon Sleep for all the great party photos.

Big Screen – All Blacks and World Cup Soccer
All of the All Blacks games will be on the big screen as well as a large number of World Cup Soccer matches.

Nebula One, Halva Eve, Alabaster Theatre – Saturday 10 June
CLUB BIZARRE, New Zealands Premier Dark-end/Avant Garde music and culture is hitting Wellington tomorrow. There'll be a ton of FREE cds to give away on the night so, be there to score in more ways than one!

Weekend Warriors Family Music Event – Sunday 11 June
Enrolees in a unique band program have now rehearsed each week for the last six weeks in preparation for their debut 30 minute performance in front friends, family and the general public. Starting at 3pm the bands featured are Just Us For All, Half Past Five and The Pricetags.

The Shocking Pinks – Final NZ Tour – Thursday 15 June
Not too poppy to get on your nerves or too dark to be depressing, it just grooves along, like that guy you see on the way home, skating down Cuba St with his IPOD.

Creepshow Productions present Darkness 06 - Friday 23 June and Saturday 24 June
Featuring music by Ikon (AUS), Angelspit (AUS), The Mercy Cage, Horror Story, zer0, Dekline, Serenna and Halva Eve

The Barleyshakes – Wednesday 28 June
Essentially Irish music with a very modern and slanted approach to its accompaniment and arrangement - currently touring Australasia.

Next week features some amazing indie rock:

T15 Make Out City presents Holiday with Friends, Tommy Ill, Peneloping and more…………..
Room 101: The Shocking Pinks (Final NZ Tour) with Pig Out

F16 Don Julio and the Hispanic Mechanic, Teen Wolf and The Whipping Cats
Room 101: Hellserpoppin, $kint and Damaged

S17 Ryan McPhun and the Ruby Suns, Cherry plus Over the Atlantic


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