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Refuel events listing July

Hi all

Semester 2 starts on Mon 10 July, There will be 20,000 students back in Dunedin and ReFuel is cranking back up with lots of winter warming events for you.


Tue 11 July. Jazz in the Pocket. Dunedin’s only Jazz Jam Night. Doors at 8pm.Gold coin entry.

Wed 12 July. ReOrientation -Otago Uni vs Canterbury Uni 2006 Battle of the Bands winners night.

The Transistors from Chch challenge The ‘Bones from Dunedin. Doors 8pm.Pint night. Free Entry.

Thu 13 July. ReOrientation –Stylus with support from Neavus and Satyrs. Doors 8pm.$15 Public, $10 students.

Fri 14 July. ReOrientation –KORA with support from ‘Koile and The Taliband. Doors 8pm.$30 Public, $20 students.

Fri 14 July ReOrientation –The KORA afterparty with Soundclash soundsystem and The Taliband. Free with Kora Ticket

Sat 15 July. ReOrientation –NESIAN MYSTIC with support from Adeaze, Tyna and JB. Doors 7pm. $26 Public, $20 students.

Sat 15 July. DJ Fracture spins the nicest hip hop from midnight.

Tue 18 July. Jazz in the Pocket. Dunedin’s only Jazz Jam Night. Doors at 8pm.Gold coin entry

Wed 19 July OMI –Hannah Curwoods band showcases tunes from her forthcoming album. Doors 8pm. Pint night. Free Entry.

Fri 21 July. Kitsch (Akl) Ill Received and Kill The Fake Patient Doors 9pm. $15 Public, $12 Students.

Sat 22 July FUNQ –Your Queer Disco. Doors 9pm. Cover Charge.

Tue 25 July. Jazz in the Pocket. Dunedin’s only Jazz Jam Night. Doors at 8pm.Gold coin entry.

Wed 26 July. SBK CREW Drum n Bass night. Doors 8pm. Pint night. Free Entry.

Fri 28 July. Soundclash presents… A wicked nite of mashed up tunes –More details to follow. Doors 10pm.

Sat 29 July. ONEFEST at ReFuel. Radio One presents HDU, CRUDE, Operation Rolling Thunder. Doors 9pm. $15 Public or FREE with your Onecard.

Coming up at ReFuel:


-Deja Voodoo, Hayman, Scurvy dogs

-The Blackseeds

-Concord Dawn

-El Schlong

-A Low Hum Tour

-World Battle of the Bands Heats 1 and 2


-Roni Size and Dynamite MC (UK)

-World Battle of the Bands FINALS


-SBK 8th Birthday

-Hep C Awareness gig with The Chills and The Puddle

-Odessa and One Million Dollars (Wgtn/Akl)

Actor/Model (Aus) + Cherry Gemstones (Wgtn)


Scott Muir

Manager: ReFuel Bar

Underground, University of Otago


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