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Scribe show relocated and upsized!

North Shore City media release

Scribe show relocated and upsized!

February 15, 2007

North Shore City Council is pleased to announce that its Shore Sounds Scribe show has now just got bigger and better. Scribe will now perform at Onewa Domain in Northcote instead of the smaller Windsor Park in Devonport, and he will be joined by Elemeno P, Atlas and Goodnight Nurse. North Shore City Council's events team has teamed up with The Edge radio station to make this the biggest and best event it can be for North Shore City residents and concert goers.

This show has become The Edge Jam In Park in association with Shore Sounds and will start at 2pm and conclude at 6pm. This event is another totally free event bought to you by North Shore City Council and The Edge.

Please note that alcohol will not be permitted in or around this venue. For a full schedule of shows, locations and support band announcements, please visit: www.shoresounds.co.nz Shore Sounds Free Summer Concerts is bought to you by North Shore City Council, with kind sponsorship from Lion Foundation and support from BFM and Music Works. In the case of bad weather and possible cancellation, please contact Actionline on 09 486 8600 or listen to The Edge for information.

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Date Artist Venue Address FEBRUARY Sat 16 The Brunettes Mairangi Bay Park Ramsgate Terrace, Mairangi Bay Sat 23 Che Fu Browns Bay Beach Reserve Beach Front Lane, Browns Bay Sun 24 Greg Johnson Little Shoal Bay, Birkenhead Council Terrace, Birkenhead Fri 29 Depot showcase Windsor Reserve, Devonport Cnr Victoria Road & King Edward Parade, Devonport MARCH Sat 1 SJD

Mairangi Bay Park Ramsgate Terrace, Mairangi Bay Sat 8 Little Bushman Onepoto Domain, Northcote Tarahanga Street, Northcote Sun 9 Scribe Onewa Domain Cnr Northcote Road & Akoranga Drive, Northcote Sat 15 Batucada Sound Machine Gould Reserve/Takapuna Beach, Takapuna The Strand, Takapuna Sat 29 Cornerstone Roots Centennial Park, Campbells Bay Rae Road, Campbells Bay Sun 30 One Million Dollars Fort Takapuna, Narrowneck Beach Vauxhall Road, Narrow Neck

ENDS


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