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Bar 3 Presents Top DJs Live And Free

01 September 2006

Bar 3 Presents Top DJs Live And Free In September


Bar3 features four of New Zealand’s best known DJs in September live and free every Thursday and Friday night for four weeks, (starting 7 September 2006).

Peter Urlich, Bevan Keys, Soane and General Lee will be spinning their sets in Bar3 at the dates/times listed below:

FRIDAYS - 8, 15, 22 and 29 September
Peter Urlich – from 9 – 11:30pm
General Lee – from 11:30pm

THURSDAYS – 7, 14, 21 and 28 September
Bevan Keys – from 8pm – 11pm
Soane – from 11pm

LAUNCH PARTY

There will be a party at Bar3 on Friday 8 September to celebrate the launch of this exciting line up at Bar3 throughout September. Open to the public as well as invited guests the party begins at Bar3 from 7pm. Peter Urlich will take to the stage from around 9pm that night and will be joined later by General Lee.

There will be giveaways and bar tabs on the night plus exclusive use of the vip room in Bar3 to be won by listening to George FM in September.

ENDS

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