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May 17 Ilogik - Greg Churchill - Timmy Schumacher

Nrgize

Saturday May 17th

Ministry Complex, Christchurch

Internationally respected and locally loved, Nrgize returns to the Ministry for its first full spectrum experience of 2008.

ILOGIK (UK)

GREG CHURCHILL (NZ'S #1 DJ)

TIMMY SCHUMACHER (NZ'S #1 BREAKBEAT DJ)

+ 20 Local DJ's and warpTV VJ's

ILOGIK (UK)

Considered the most technically gifted hard dance dj on the planet and the first to pioneer the latest in DVJ audiovisual mixing, world firsts are the norm for this global leader of tough beats.

GREG CHURCHILL (NZ)

Voted NZ's #1 DJ no less than five times in a row, Greg Churchill is the Godfather of the New Zealand House scene, after 20 years at the forefront of our club scene come see why Greg is NZ's #1 DJ.

TIMMY SCHUMACHER

Timmy remains the pioneer of breakbeat in Aotearoa with 18 years of undying service, smashing clubs, festivals and radio transmitters apart with flowing sets and uncompromising selection a true homegrown legend.

Cutting edge production and big room beats have cemented Nrgize as the definitive multi genre event for dance floor connoisseurs, and the capacity crowds at countless sell out gigs are testament to the longevity and quality of these events.

www.nrgize.co.nz


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