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TrinityRoots Treasure Trove - 3 Gigs On This Saturday... If You Can Keep Up!

8/11/00

Fans of ... TrinityRoots - if up for the game... you can catch a triple delight on Saturday 11th November.

Firstly, sit in the sun in the Civic Square from 1pm and enjoy some of Wellington's finest musicians joining forces to commemorate "Parihaka - The Art of Passive Resistance" - currently showing at the City Gallery. TrinityRoots will play alongside David Grace & Whanau, Emma Paki, Wai 100%, Dallas Tamaira, Toni Huata, Voodoo Chile and Te Kupu.

Secondly, feel the funk as TrinityRoots support their mate King Kapisi as part of his Savage Thoughts debut album tour. Having it large in pacific groove styles, gig starts 11pm at the newly revamped Indigo Bar.

Thirdly, the latest underground dance extravaganza "Hullabaloo" showcases the sweetest in the Wellington scene, with DJ's galore and live acts including Ebb, Fat Freddy's Drop, BongMaster, and you guessed it... TrinityRoots. In the successful James Smith Markets Underground Carpark, zero into the TrinityRoot's set at 1:30am.

A gig for every occasion. A groove for every mood.

Trinity Roots - the debut EP Available from all the good record stores and www.trinityroots.com NB. best seller at Real Groovy 4 weeks running, cnr Abel Smith & Cuba Sts, Wellington

PS. Definitely worth more than a look - Cents and Sensibility live on www.newzealandmusic.com, taped the night of the Salmonella Dub & friends gig at the Wellington Town Hall (22/9/00) - gorgeous and wikked ...

For further details... Contact Toby Larmer (Manager) mob 021 356 974 info@trinityroots.com

...it's the little things that really matter...


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