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Sea Shepherd Pirate Party

Sea Shepherd Pirate Party

March 1, San Francisco Bath House Wellington

Sea Shepherd New Zealand, in close collusion with Radio Active, Big Image Print & the San
Francisco Bath House, brings you a swaggering, swilling, screamer of a night.

The presence of you and your dirty rum gutted mates is required to join Barnaby Weir, The
Mantarays, Ryan Prebble & Redbird Jnr to raise a cup to the Sea Shepherd fleet, celebrating the 9thAntarctic Whale Defence Campaign, Operation Zero Tolerance.

Prepare ye selves to be awarded with gifts of parlay and such with the pirateness of your apparel most paramount.


With stormy seas ahead once more, the righteous pirates of the south are chasing scurvy dogs off with tricks old and new, do what you can to support their defence of the world’s dwindling whale population.


As hard as it may be, the best thing you can do is get a crew together to dance and drink the night away.


San Francisco bath House, March 1, doors open at 8pm, $15 presale, $20 on the door.

Tickets from www.undertheradar.co.nz


ENDS


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