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The Friday Mix @ The Paramount

The Friday Mix @ The Paramount.

Brought to you by FUSE Productions.

Where: The Paramount Lounge bar

When: Friday nights 9pm – 2am. June 23 – July 14. Then from August 11th …

Cost: FREE!

The Paramount has more than just movies!

Celebrate the end of the week in the Paramount lounge bar. Every Friday a mix of DJ’s, projections, occasional live music, and a sprinkle of cabaret performance.

Check out the other side of the street on Courtney Place and enjoy a relaxed atmosphere with great music & visuals.

June 30: DJ’s; Captain Pow Pow & His dodgy brother
Robbie and Sammy E. – All the way from Aro Valley!

July 7: DJ’s; Roulette – a 4 turntable mash up with scratching and live mc’s

July 14: Live music from Pacific Bass Culture & support

More information: www.paramount.co.nz

If you are a DJ or band interested in playing, email:
thomasbeauchamp(at)hotmail.com


ENDS

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