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Greg Johnson’s Cocktail Club at Q Theatre

GREG JOHNSON PRESENTS COCKTAIL CLUB @ Q THEATRE

Every now and then a perfect opportunity presents itself to see Greg Johnson play.

After several years’ absence – Greg Johnson takes the stage at Q Theatre with a two very special Cocktail Club shows – dubbed Greg Johnson – Cocktail Club remixed

Q Theatre’s loft space presents a perfect place for Greg to present the Cocktail Club, an intimate club setting for him to perform songs from his 10 albums, plus a preview of his new material.

Greg and band will play with special guests for what is bound to be a Greg classic.

Don’t miss these absolutely limited capacity shows.

Book now at Q for Greg Johnson’s Cocktail Club – remixed.


Greg Johnson

Cocktail Club

Live at the Q Loft

Thurs 26 | Sat 28 March 2015

Tickets on line at qtheatre.co.nz


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