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Heat One winners of the Ding Dong Lounge Bands Competition

Heat One winners of the Ding Dong Lounge Bands Competition


Tuesday 10 June 2014

On Saturday night The Rubics, Brendon Thomas & The Vibes, Shards Of Sky, Broken Season & Yuk-Fu competed in heat one of the Ding Dong Lounge Bands Competition.

Shards Of Sky and Brendon Thomas & The Vibes were the two winners who have made it through to the semi finals on Friday 10 July and Saturday 11 July.

This Friday Bad State, Frankencopter, The Lurch, Lichtbeuger & Chasing South play Heat Two and on Saturday Thin White Lines, Invasion Of Piracy, Clockwork Orange, Dearest Enemy & Eburnine play Heat Three.

We invite you to come along and check out these amazing bands performing. Entry fee is $10 in the upstairs bar.

Ding Dong Lounge Bands Competition Heat Two

Friday 13 June 8:00pm

Ding Dong Lounge, 26 Wyndham St, Auckland

Featuring Bad State, Frankencopter, The Lurch, Lichtbeuger & Chasing South

$10 cover charge

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Ding Dong Lounge Bands Competition Heat Three

Saturday 14 June 8:00pm

Ding Dong Lounge, 26 Wyndham St, Auckland

Featuring Thin White Lines, Invasion Of Piracy, Clockwork Orange, Dearest Enemy & Eburnine

$10 cover charge

R18

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