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Cassette Weekly

Tuesday 8th Dec

Pop Panic w /DJ Toasty Boy

8pm til late – FREE - $10 Pop Panic Teapots

 

Wednesday 9th Dec

Teenage Kicks w/ Steve Newall, TK DJ Comp First Heat, Connor Nestar, Carter

8pm til late - FREE  + $10 TK Teapots + $5 off all Teapots til midnight!

 

Thursday 10th Dec

Amnesty International w/ The Naked & Famous, Computers Want Me Dead, Thunderbox and QSSC vs A.D.A.M.

9pm til late – $10 (all proceeds to Amnesty)

 

Friday 11th Dec

MUM presents Thought Creature, The Hair Dos, O’Lovely , Sports plus DJs Vistorey, Mr Crawley

9pm til late - $10 after 9pm

First 50 peeps get a free Kirin

 

Saturday 12th Dec

Sick Disco presents Golden Age w/ Andy Webb (Disco Delicious), Cyril Orson, Alex Bull, Mark Pickering

Kitchen Bar hosted by Mint Condition

9pm til late $10 after 10pm

 

Sunday 13th Dec – Closed.. we need to sleep..!


Monday 14tth Dec

6pm Free entry + drink specials

Workaholic w/ Maya & Vanya, A.D.A.M, Trakman

9pm FREE

First 50 peeps get a free Becks


... and don't forget this weeks birthday party!

 


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