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Global 14th And 15th February - Auckland

GLOBAL 14TH FEBRUARY - KHUJA LOUNGE - ‘SATURDAY LOVE’

PROGRAM

DOORS OPEN 8PM

9.00 – 11.00 KFM DJ’s MR RIVERS + RFG

11.00 – 1.00 DJ MANUEL BUNDY + JOHN ELLIS (PERCUSSION +SAX)

1.00 – 2.15 SOLA ROSA LIVE (ANREW SPRAGGON)

2.15 – CLOSE DJ SAM E

LIVE VISUALS FROM 11.OO LOTECH + CREW

‘PEACE NOT WAR’ 2CD LAUNCH - DISTRIBUTED BY GLOBAL PEACE & JUSTICE AUCKLAND

STALLS IN THE BACK-BAR GREENPEACE – AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL

DRESSED BY 3RD EYE (ethnic clothing and goods)

GRAFFITI ARTWORK BY DISRUPTIV

KHUJA LOUNGE
3RD FLOOR
536 Queen St.
AUCKLAND
377 3711

DOOR CHARGE $10.00


all profits go to participating groups and charities

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Global 15th February The Classic – ‘Antidote#6’

THE CLASSIC
321 QUEEN STREET
AUCKLAND
09 373 4321

DOORS OPEN 6.00PM


6.00 – ONWARDS CAMPAIGN STALLS

7.00 – 9.00 INDYMEDIA FILM SRCEENINGS (featuring shorts from GNN)

9.15 – 9.30 JEREMY ELWOOD COMEDY

9.30 –9.35 BURMA GROUP SPEECHES + ‘FREE BURMA’ CD SONG + VISUALS (Julia + TrYbe)

9.35 – 9.55 JOSEPHINE – SOLO SINGER (ethereal vocals + guitar)

9.55 – 10.00 MIKE TREEN SPEECH

10.00 – 10.30 AK SAMBA (south American style percussion band)

10.30 – 10.35 PNW MUSIC + VISUALS

10.35 – 11.05 TAOS (freestyle hip-hop and funk)

11.05 - JEREMY ELWOOD

11.05 – 11.10 ‘IMAGINE’ (video amnesty int.)

11.10 – CLOSE KFM RICARDO + CREW

JEREMY ELWOOD MC FOR THE EVENING

LIVE VISUALS 9.00 ONWARDS LOTECH + CREW

FEATURED STILLS PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOHN MILLER

GRAFFITI ARTWORK BY DISRUPTIV

CAMPAIGN GROUPS IN FOYER GREENPEACE – AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL – BURMA SUPPORT – NEW INTERNATIONALIST - TIBETAN ASSOCIATION OF AUCKLAND

‘PEACE NOT WAR’ 2CD LAUNCH - DISTRIBUTED BY GLOBAL PEACE & JUSTICE AUCKLAND

PAY AND DISPLAY PUBLIC CAR PARKING IS AVAILABLE AT THE REAR OF THE CLASSIC IN AN AUCKLAND CITY CAR PARK. ACCESS IS FROM MAYORAL DRIVE TURNING IN TO GREYS AVE. ($5.00). GENERAL PARKING IS ALSO AVAILABLE IN ADJACENT STREETS.

CONTACT TONY MARTIN: 378 0269 mobile 0211559875


all profits go to participating groups

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