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Happy Listings Wed 17 to Fri 2 Nov

Happy Listings Wed 17 to Fri 2 Nov

Wed 17 8.30pm

THurs 18 8.00pm

Music and Artists Social Club
this month featuring

The Moon Whispers
Thom McArthur
Emile De La Rey (aka Insomniac)
Karaoke Taxi

Friday 19 October 8pm $5

ROCK THIS PLANET - a fundraiser to help stop deforestation
Russel Norman
Linda Joy
Bastard Sons of Grey Power
Joe Ryan
Charlette Hannah
Sons of Midas
MC Jinetero

Sat 20 October 9pm

sign of the hag
isaac vs drum machine
unknown rockstar

Wed 24 Oct 8pm
Matt Hay and the SubUrbans

Thurs 25 Oct
Andy Gibson

Fri 26 Oct
Mark Lockett / Paul van Ross Quartet - jazz from Melbourne

Sat 27
Mr Sterile Assembly
Upper Hutt Posse

Wed 31st Oct
death rattle, the feminazis and palace this!

THurs 1 Nov
Nine Signals

Fri 2 Nov
Panel of Judges (Melb)
Garbage and the Flowers (Melb)
Campbell Kneale (Lower Hutt)

Jazz Festival (Ed Ware Quartet), John Bell Trio, Vibrant Tongues, The Crust, Storehouse, Village of Idiots, Fertility Festival, Serpentine Quartet, Punctured Lung...)
Accidental Tourists, Nietsche/Zarathustra

118 Tory St
corer Tory / Vivian Streets
Te Aro

Eat it! It tastes Good!

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