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Come along to The Last Supper this Fri & Sat

Come along to The Last Supper-this Fri 10/10 & Sat 11/10

Hi there

Be here on one (or both!) of our final nights parties, aptly dubbed the Last Supper. This is truly a part of NZ music history in the making......

The lineups are awesome and its just $5 at the door.

For anyone wanting to play the stage will be open on Friday night after our last programmed act, which will be around midnight.

Friday 10 October 7pm (sharp) The Last Supper Part One MC Michele A'Court 7pm Punga 7.30pm Charlotte Johansen 8pm Manu Bennett 8.30pm Graham Brazier (Hello Sailor) 9pm Karen Hunter 9.30pm Charlotte Yates 10pm The Blends 10.45pm Christine White 11.15pm Stan Malcolm

Saturday 11 October 7.30pm (sharp) The Last Supper Part Two MC Mit Frenzy 7.30pm Mahinarangi Tocker 8pm St. Lucy 8.30 Michael Scorey 9pm Chris Knox 9.30 Easy Tiger 10.15pm Jester 11pm Thirtycyclehum 11.45 We Dunno 12.30 AfghaniStan

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