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SALSA PARTY with the Afro-Latin Soundsystem

After work this Friday @ Mode SALSA PARTY with the Afro-Latin Soundsystem
Friday 14 November - 9pm - FREE ENTRY

The Afro-Latin Soundsystem is a concept which delivers the best of the various music genres from Latin America. Live band and DJ play everything from Cuban folk and Salsa classics through to Latin Hip-Hop, Reggaeton & Spicy Latin electro beats.
Joining them on the night will be Cuban musician Jinetero MC whose solo performances are unique, fusing Dancehall Reggae, Latin Hip-Hop Rhyming & Salsa in an energetic dance floor shaking mixture. 

This Latin fiesta will involve hot dancing action so be warned and dress tropical!!!

Coming soon: www.bebo.com/barmode

Tainted (Metal) - Thursday 13 November - Free - 9pm
Afro-Cuban Sound System (Salsa) - Friday 14 November - Free - 9pm
DANCECLUB (MoS) - Saturday 15 November - Free - 9pm
The Volunteers (After Work Dance Band) - Friday 21 November - Free - 9pm
Jelly Wrestling (Speedway After Event) - Saturday 22 November - Free - 10pm
Riverblind (Rock) - Wednesday 26 November - Free - 9pm 
Thanks Giving Roast - $10 Roast Turkey - Thursday 27 November - 7pm
Katchafire (Reggae) - Friday 28 November - $30 - 9pm - ON SALE
MOvember After Party (Reggae) - Saturday 29 November - Free - 7pm
Family BBQ Party (Cover Band) - featuring band Triple SHOT - Sunday 30 November - Free - 7pm
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Led Zeppelin Tribute - Saturday 20 December - $20 - 9pm - ON SALE


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