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Bands to Rock Christmas Event @ STUDIO this Week!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE!:

Enigmatic Band LIKE A STORM (A New Zealand band that have been taking Canada by "storm") are showcasing in NZ this summer for one show only this Saturday 16th December at STUDIO 340 Karangahape Road. They join MISCREANT, INVERSE ORDER, AMPERZAHN and REMAINS OF A DAY for what promises to be The Rock Factory Community's Event of The Year - Everyone is invited... show details as follows:


DETAILS:
THE ROCK FACTORY CHRISTMAS PARTY GIG!

Saturday 16th December @ STUDIO

Featuring...
* INVERSE ORDER
* AMPERZAHN
* MISCREANT
* LIKE A STORM
* REMAINS OF A DAY

Doors open at 8PM, and last band is on before midnight...
So be there early!

The Studio is at 340 Karangahape Road, HUGE PA, HUGE SOUND!

$10 Entry
R18


ENDS

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