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Updated listings for Happy in April

Updates:

Saturday 15th April (Spartacus R and Purity Rising) is cancelled.

changes:

Tuesday 11th April

The Birthday Trio, Alphabethead, Jonny Marks and Simon O'Rorke, and Andrew Weeks/Ben Spiers duo

Thursday 20th April

Wings of Vengance, Ministry of Hipocracy and The Long Arm

addition:

Sunday 30th April

Amy X Neuburg (usa) and Guests

the updated listings:

Tuesday 11th April

The Birthday Trio, Alphabethead, Jonny Marks and Simon O'Rorke, and Andrew Weeks/Ben Spiers duo

Wednesday 12th April

Mugato and Chris Palmer and Gammorah (tbc)

Thursday 13th April

Misha Marks, Jonny Marks, Alphabet Head, John White

Friday 14th - Monday 17th April

Closed

Tuesday 18th April - 8pm

Acoustic Pioneers - Featuring: John White, Mason and AJ.

Thursday 20th April

Wings of Vengance, Ministry of Hipocracy and The Long Arm

Friday 21st April

Leila Adu, Dave Long, Jeff Henderson and "Others"

Saturday 22nd April

Zombie Prom Night - Featuring: Zombie Fuck, Zombie Prom Queen, Zombie Talent Quest, The Mysterious Tape Zombie, Riff Zombies/Mr. Kitten-Tank Zombie, The Lovehater Zombies

Tuesday 25nd April

Some Snazzy Humans (final show ever) and Guests

Wednesday 26th April

Emerging Creations - Indian Art Musician Acharya Dr Chintamani Rath M.Com., LL.M., Ph.D. (music) performs with James Baxter (Guitar) and Matt Baxter (drums)

Thursday 27th April

StrangeLove, The Midwest Motorparts Coral, Volcana

Friday 28th April

Hikoikoi Reserve and Guests

Saturday 29th April

Gecko Fundraiser Gig

Sunday 30th April

Amy X Neuburg and Guests

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