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All You Can Eat


All You Can Eat

Who needs the NZ music awards? The city is bursting with underground cool, and three of the trendiest, sexiest bands in town are about to be unleashed! This gig has got street cred, it's smoldering with pop rock attitude... it's ALL YOU CAN EAT!

When: Friday November 24

Where: Dogs Bollix

Starring: Teenwolf, The Romanovas, The Rebelles, DJ Tina Turntables

Doors open at 9pm, cover charge $10.

TEENWOLF: One of Auckland's most popular art rock bands

THE ROMANOVAS: All girl band in the style of the YEAH YEAH YEAHS

REBELLES: All girls but less pop, more rock. Less denim, more leather!

Come down to the Dogs Bollix, Friday November 24, for ALL YOU CAN EAT!


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