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Ed Rush & Optical return after 4 years

Sandwiches – 8 Kent Tce, Wellington.

Sandwiches, the Lounge & Club of multi flavoured entertainment an warm hospitality, invites you to take a look at this weeks events.

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Tuesday 20 September

Sandwiches is open for dinner, snacks or just a drink
3pm till late, Tuesday through Saturday.

Wednesday 21 September

Wednesday Night Live

Jazz Sandwiches in association with Montana Jazz presents a live jazz dinner & show experience, featuring a rotating line-up of Wellington’s leading Jazz groups & soloists every Wednesday.

This Wednesday features the G & T Trio with special guest vocalist Ala.

Open for dinner or drinks from 3pm, the show starts at 8.30pm – Open till late - Free Entry, table bookings recommended.

Thursday 22 September


MUNT FM: The Soundtrack to student life continues the Munt FM LIVE series - This two room extravaganza featuring a mashed up medley of munted music delivered to you by the finest DJs Munt FM has to offer as well as an exhibition of Laser Cut Prints by Samari. In the Lounge is the the $DollaMix and in the Main Room, Munt is proud to present the 1st LIVE guest band. New to the mix is Live funk band "Thomas The Funk Engine" amongst other guest DJs Tongs Ya Bass, Dan and Noah showcasing the full spectrum of Club sounds for your Thursday kenetics. Come support your local DJs on New Zealand's phattest sound system. MUNT FM: The Soundtrack to student life. With thanks to Tui.

Club opens at 10pm - Student Drink specials - Free entry

Friday 23 September

Ed Rush & Optical

Bass Frontiers brings you Ed Rush & Optical - The Virus Vaults NZ Tout 2005

The New Zealand drum and bass crew welcomes back Ed Rush and Optical, down under together for the first time in 4 years and 9 years from Ed Rush's first visit in 1996. Finally the virus sound makes its long awaited return with 2 legends of the game, responsible for some of the most defining sets in NZ drum and bass party history to support the release of the Virus Vaults LP. There is no doubt the set of this innovative and inspirational duo will be like nothing you have experienced this year. To welcome them back will be local DJs DDog, Dappa, Hooks, Import and MC Kyla.

$35 + BF Presale Tickets will be in hot demand from Real Groovy, DMC and Sandwiches - Limited Doorsales on the night.

Saturday 24 September

The Shimmy
Sandwiches monthly shake-down of the left-field sound, featuring special guest DJ Greg Finch, along with Charlie Diamonds, Duncan, Takas and Kava.
Sandwiches is proud to present a club night with a difference: Shimmy. Inspired by masters of the musical mixed bag such as Thievery Corporation, Mr Scruff and Mark Rae, Shimmy embraces the eclectic side of the musical spectrum – a place where reggae, dub, souljazz, and funk hit the dance floor hand in hand with chunky hip-hop, broken beats and left-footed house. Join resident Duncan along with a rotating guest list of New Zealand’s most talented and open-minded DJs and musicians in a monthly night that reveals dance music’s other side.
$10 Door Charge – FREE before midnight

Coming soon ...

Thursday 29 September – Nick Warren [GU]
Friday 8 October – Downtown Brown and The Sunshine Soundsystem


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