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One Million Dollars see off Shore Sounds 2008

March 31, 2008

One Million Dollars see off Shore Sounds 2008


Around 1500 folk turned up to see ten-piece Auckland band One Million Dollars play at Devonport's Narrow Neck Beach Reserve last Sunday afternoon. The weather was a little overcast and windy however punters were in good spirits for North Shore City's last Shore Sounds Free Summer Concerts.


The three gentlemen featured in the featured photo have earned themselves a Free Shore Sounds summer pack by simply turning up to the show. To retrieve the free pack, simply turn up in person at the main reception of North Shore City Council in Takapuna and ask to talk to events marketing man, Francis Martin.


One Million Dollars was supported by The Hot Grits and The Shades. For more photographs from this event, and other Shore Sounds shows', visit: www.shoresounds.co.nz. Shore Sounds 2008 was proudly bought to you by North Shore City Council.

Shore Sounds 2008 was kindly supported by the Lion Foundation, B-FM and Music Works.

ENDS


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