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"Saturday 19th - The Evils and Guests"

to your gig guides

thursday 17th - the isaac smith ensemble

friday 18th - Livids, Hi-Aces and Actualities

saturday 19 - The Evils and Guests

sunday 20th - acoustic pioneers

tuesday 22nd - manimani "MA"

wednesday 23 to friday 25 - Happy Birthday Party! wednesday 23 - Gerard Crewdsen, Jeff Henderson, Bridget Kelly/Isaac Smith/Taylor Taylor, AlphabetHead, Dave Donaldson thursday 24 - Manimanima!, Cletus, Gerard Crewdsen with Dirty Needles friday 25 - Captain Baby and the Anzac Biscuits, The Not Quite Quiet Quior, Pleasing Mummy, The Deconstruction Unit, DJ's Day G Day Alphabet Head and Noel

Happy corner Vivian and Tory Streets PO Box 9069 Wellington New Zealand


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