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David Dallas & Friends Announce the Return of Shenanigan

David Dallas & Friends Announce the Return of Shenanigan

“The temp is gettin warmer, the days are gettin longer, the hiatus is over. Shenanigan is back - hope you missed us.”
– David Dallas.

Fast becoming an institution for the music-minded, Shenanigan - the party for people who like hearing cool shit – kicks off its summer season this October.

Hosted by David Dallas and featuring five of the city’s best “playin stuff they can't get away with anywhere else”, the afternoon-turn-evening party will once again take up residence at Auckland’s Sweat Shop Brew Kitchen, with a BBQ and new drinks also on the menu.

Tickets are available now from Cosmic Ticketing.

Shenanigan Vol. 14: Sunday 23rd October
Featuring: Haz Beats, Ethan James, Jordache, Gregg Harper, Jordan Lee
Sweat Shop Brew Kitchen - 7 Sale St, Freemans Bay, Auckland


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