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Entries are now open for the Ding Dong Lounge Bands Comp

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SUNDAY 18 MAY 2014, 21:00

Entries are now open for the Ding Dong Lounge Bands Competition 2014!

The Ding Dong Lounge Bands Competition is now open to local bands and artists in Auckland and will take place in the upstairs bar from Saturday 7 June to Saturday 19 July.

There are a tonne of prizes to be won including the recording & mastering of a single at Depot Sound Recording Studios in Devonport with Tui award winning engineer Dave Rhodes, gig promotion through Phantom Billstickers and The Fold plus cash prizes.

Ding Dong Lounge is a Rock Bar in downtown Auckland, sister bar to the Ding Dong Lounge in New York and Melbourne.

For more information and entry forms, visit www.dingdongloungenz.com or ask for the bar for more details.

ENDS

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