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Whats coming up at IMERST

Whats coming up at IMERST.

Wed 2nd Aug
Wacky Wednesday

Thursday 3 OPEN DECKS. Grab your tunes and your mates. 9 till late. Bookings from 8. Drink specials all night.

Fri 4 Rythym Subrosa

Sat 5 WTF. Dragstrip, Penelope, The High Lords, Idle Faction, Miss Conduct, Teabag The European Hello, Dekline

Coming up:

Friday 11 Sullen Moon
Sat 12 Hard Trance

Cheers from Eamonn Ferris
Entertainment Manager
13 Dixon St
New Zealand

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