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Because You Deserve It

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Because You Deserve It

92.3 The Most FM in association with Exploration Solutions Limited presents “Because You Deserve It”. This major event features the cream of New Zealand’s live acts performing across two stages at the TSB Showplace on Saturday October the 7th. Appearing in the Theatre Royal at the TSB Showplace are funk-soul nine piece Open Souls; dance floor fillers Recloose Band; MC Ladi 6 with Parks and roots quartet Little Bushmen. The Powerco Alexandra Room at the TSB Showplace will be set up as a club and will be headlined by Wellington’s premier Reggae sound system Vital Sounds, with DJ Manray on decks and effects and MC’s The Mighty Asterix and Ras Stone on the microphones. Support comes from DJ crew The Spice Traders along with The Most FM’s very own Big Daddy and Murray G. The event will run until 3am with doors opening at 7.30pm and the first band on stage at 8.30pm. Tickets are $40 and are available from Ticketek.


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