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Happy July Listings

Happy July Listings

Saturday 1st July - Mr Sterile, Thee Strapons and Food

Sunday 2nd July - Manimanima

Tuesday 4th July - some snazzy humans - making shit up as they go along

Wednesday 5th July - wonder whats on wednesday!

Thursday 6th July - Anji Sami, Rory Storm and Ryan Prebble.

Friday 7th July - Food, Cletus and the Pleasing Mummies

Saturday 8th July - amy racecar, malenky robot, fighting the shakes and the henderson

Sunday 9th july - Lawrence English (aus) Jeph Jerman and Greg Davis (usa) and Anthony Milton and Campbell Kneale

Tuesday 11th july - Acoustic Pioneers: fight the power

Wednesday 12th july - Misha Marks ensemble

Thursday 13th july - Zombie Fuck, Peneloping and Volcana

Friday 14th July - Niko NeZna

Saturday 15th July - Rock and Roll Machine and Guests

sunday 16th july- opening notes

Happy corner Vivian and Tory Streets

www.happy.net.nz www.myspace.com/happybar Come with me, I will show you how to fly like a bird

ENDS

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