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Second Show for Freddy’s Bush Party

Second Show for Freddy’s Bush Party

Music Mountain Matakana in association with The Drop is pleased to announce a second show for A Bush Party at Matakana this February.

With barely one hundred tickets remaining for the original show date organizers got the nod to add a Sunday picnic & matinee session to the mix at the boutique venue located in pristine native bush north of Auckland.

Gates for the Sunday session will open at the earlier time of 1.30pm. Both shows feature support from FLOWZ & The Usos and DJ’s Mu, Slave, Cian and Thief (Australia) plus Vee on a visit home from London where he runs Elephant Records.

Between recording their new album, Freddy's only summer gig to date has been counting down the clock for The Big Drop Off at Shed 1, Wellington. Expect to hear fresh tunes from the band that has just confirmed two Paris gigs for April with more to follow in London and Lisbon.

DJ Fitchie says "we're not playing too many gigs this summer and we've picked a good one with Matakana. We're really looking forward to the Bush Party shows, the best tunes we're playing are the new ones - and there's a golf course next door.”


A BUSH PARTY
With
FAT FREDDYS DROP
FLOWZ & THE USOS
DJ’s Mu, Slave, Cian, Thief & Vee

Sunday 24th February 2008
MUSIC MOUNTAIN MATAKANA
Gates Open 1.30pm – 9.30pm
&
Saturday 23rd February 2008
MUSIC MOUNTAIN MATAKANA
Gates Open 4.30pm – 11.30pm

Tasteful catering and licensed bar will be available

Tickets: $85.00 (BF may apply) ON SALE from 19 November 2008
Buy Online
www.musicmountainmatakana.co.nz or www.amplifier.co.nz
Or pick up from Real Groovy, Auckland & Wellington


ENDS

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