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Bodega News - Friday 18 August

Bodega News - Friday 18 August

Publicans Shout - 12 pints to be won after work every Friday
Congratulations to Victoria University staff that won last week. Email "Voom" in the subject line to be in this week!

A fantastic Saturday night! Rugby and music!
5.30pm - All Blacks vs Australia- Big Screen
9.00pm - Voom, Punches and Sam Scott (With Bunnies on Ponies)

The Livids and Guests - $10 - Friday 1 September
Only a few more sleeps before the release of The Livids latest recording. The EP "High Heeled" will of course be available for purchase. Come and dance!

NEW ON TAP - Renaissance

The Bats, Minisnap and The Sproutts - Saturday 2 September
The Bats have spent more than two decades forging a reputation based on their excellent songwriting and live performances acclaimed for the energy that the group's insistently strummy rock instils in crowds. Tickets Available Now - $25 - 384 8212

Miriam Clancy - Wednesday 6 September
Inspired by the likes of Elliott Smith, Jeff Buckley, Bob Seger and Sheryl Crow, the feisty young woman has delivered an album that impresses for its lyrical maturity, sophisticated songcraft, her commanding and distinctive voice, and the raw emotions on display.

Bar Bodega - 15th Birthday Bash with The Deville Brothers - Saturday 9 September
Presenting the good time vibe of The Deville Brothers and guests. The 15th Bodega shirt will be available for purchase as well as some great meal and drink options. Join us for the celebration.!

State of the Nations NZ Beer Tour - Wednesday 6 September
Still some places left for the State of the Nations NZ Beer Tour with Neil McInnes in Room 101 - 7.30pm - $25
Porn stars to parade down Queen St - 23 August Topless porn stars have been given permission to parade along Auckland's Queen St by city council staff without consulting councillors who want it stopped! Erotica Expo was granted permission for the lunchtime parade on August 23 where up to 30 porn stars would be in cars or on the back of motorcycles for the parade on Karangahape Rd.
Keep in touch

Fraser, Tane, Jan, Cam, Sally, Dave, Steph, Rennie, Leifur, Nick, Ryan, Ned, Aimee, Laura, Tyler, Antoinette & Brian

Shows to look out for:
Teenager (AUS) - Saturday 26 August
Ginger Brown - Thursday 31 August
Peter & The Test Tube Babies - Thursday 7 September
Raskolnikovs - Friday 22 September
Skaladdin (Swiss) - Saturday 23 September
Led Zeppelin Tribute Band - Thursday 5 October

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