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NORML presents Auckland J DAY : Friday March 4th


NORML presents Auckland J DAY : Friday March 4th : Albert Park

Auckland supporters of marijuana law reform are invited to Albert Park this Friday March 4th for J DAY "Dis-Orientation edition". The FREE event starts at High Noon and runs until around 7pm.

The band line-up is:

The Midnights
Recommended Dosage
Nat Rose
Sensei
Selecto
Lionheart & Tuffy Culture
Hat & Jacket
Sister Mystic
and a few more surprises!

We're stoked to confirm sponsorship from The Hempstore, Charge Pills and Switched On Gardener. Heats for the popular Grower's Ironman, with prizes from Switched On Gardener, will be held throughout the day and the final at 4:20pm (contestants can register at the NORML stall on the day).

Keep an eye on this page http://www.norml.org.nz/article530.html for further updates.

PLEASE NOTE: Albert Park is a LIQUOR BAN AREA. Alcohol is not permitted to be consumed in the area - please do not bring any as it could invite problems with the police and we want to keep the day chilled.

Spread The Word - Bring Your Buddies - Roll Up For J Day!

FRIDAY MARCH 4TH : ALBERT PARK AUCKLAND : HIGH NOON - 7PM


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