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Kiwi FM Hosts Come Out To Play Tomorrow

13 December, 2006

Kiwi FM Hosts Come Out To Play Tomorrow

Kiwi FM’s After 5 Live Series winds up for Christmas with a very special line-up featuring all Kiwi FM hosts tomorrow afternoon at the Living Room, 106 Ponsonby Road, Auckland.

After plenty of arguing about who, in fact, would be the headline act, Opshop frontman and Drive Host Jason Kerrison; Former Mockers frontman and Breakfast co-host Andrew Fagan; Indie/Alt/New Host and lead vocalist of The Twitch Fleur Jack; and The Bads with specialist programmes producer Dianne Swann and Brett Adams have all agreed to share the spotlight for a very big night of New Zealand music.

Knowing that you all pretty much have nothing to do but attend social events this week, After 5 Live makes for the perfect excuse to get colleagues and friends together for some afternoon entertainment, and an Amstel Premium or two.

After 5 Live has proven to be very popular over the last three weeks with performances from Paul McLaney, Reb Fountain and Johnny Barker. The Kiwi Christmas edition is bound to draw a good crowd for the final free show of the year.

The Living Room has quickly become one of the area’s most popular venues with a superb range of beers, wines and fine food.

Event in Brief:

What: Kiwi FM After Five Live
Who: Jason Kerrison, Andrew Fagan, Fleur Jack and The Bads
Where: The Living Room, 106 Ponsonby Rd
When: Tomorrow Afternoon, December 14
Cost: Free entry


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