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The Chills, Delgirl upcoming gigs

The Chills
With support from Niamh O’Flynn
-The Backstage Bar Dunedin Sat Dec 2 Doors 9pm
-Five Rivers Cafe Five Rivers Fri Dec 8 Doors 8pm
-Revolver Bar Queenstown Sat Dec 9 Doors 10pm

With Freddy Fudd Pucker and Swampy
-The Backstage Bar Dunedin Friday Dec 15 Doors 8pm
-Whare Flat Folk Festival Dunedin -Over New Years

For more info see links below
About the Chills:
About Delgirl:
About Niamh O’Flynn/Freddy Fudd Pucker:
About Swampy:


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