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Bodega News - 25 August 2006

Bodega News

The Bats, Minisnap & The Sproutts - Saturday 2 September

Buy 10 tickets for $200 - otherwise $25 each. A fantastic night out for work colleagues, social groups and friends. 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. Just phone 384 8212 to reserve your tickets.

Publicans Dozen
Email now to win this weeks dozen pints and platter from the kitchen.

Tonight will be crazy! Friday 25 August (Teenager, Charlie ASH, The Fanatics, DJs Sift & Lady Hawke)
Just $10 on the door. Tonihgts party will be the event to attend this weekend.

Belgian Beer Rugby - Sunday 27 August
We'll be playing the All Blacks vs South Africa game live on the big screen at 1.00am but for those of you keen to watch the match replay at 6.30pm on Sunday we have got some $5 imported Belgian Beers to treat you to.


Bodega 15 - The BIG Bash with The Deville Brothers - Saturday 9 September
Get the Bodega shirt and celebrate 15 years with us. Doors open at 8pm.

Cheers,


Tane, Fraser and the team............

Check out the next two weeks of music listed below!

Two weeks of amazing music...........

Chota Mota Boom - Saturday 26 August
Celebrating the Independence of India. A great light show, Big Bada Boom DJs and more.............

African Dance Party - (Room 101) Saturday 26 August
The monthly African Dance party features music from all regions of the continent. Entry by Koha.

The Soul Affair - Every Tuesday
The new Tuesday night event featuring Radio Active DJs from the radio programme The Soul Affair. Free entry, great music and $3 drink specials.

Orange Farm, Christine White and Bob McNeil - (Room 101) Wednesday 30 August
An early show at 8.00pm. Come straight from work, have dinner and then enjoy the show.

Ginger Brown, Holiday with Friends, Tommy Ill and Blain Hosford - Thursday 31 August
$5 entry with CD........... A very good night out!

The Livids, The Secateurs and Boss Christ - Friday 1 September
High Heeled, the 7 track ep launch party for The Livids.

Module, Sharkweek & Beatmekaniks - (Room 101) - Friday 1 September

The Bats, Minisnap & The Sproutts - Saturday 2 September
Buy 10 tickets for $200 - otherwise $25 each. A fantastic night out for work colleagues, social groups and friends. 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. Just email or phone 384 8212 to reserve your tickets.

Sam Prebble - Sunday 3 September
Followed at 8pm by two accoustic performances and a late night band programme!

ENDS

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