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Party & Help Save Radio Active!

Party & Help Save Radio Active!


Where would Wellington culture be without Radio Active? Where would Loop be without Radio Active? Radio Active has broken acts from TrinityRoots & Shihadto Rhian Sheehan & Fly My Pretties, and now they need your help!
Let's PARTY with a NEXT LEVEL LINE UP on Saturday July 15 and help save Radio Active from closure at the same time!
100% of proceeds from the show will go to the Radio Active Givealittle.
And what a line up!
- The Upbeats
- Trinity Roots
- Jon Toogood (of Shihad)
- DJ Mu & MC Slave (of Fat Freddy’s Drop)
- The Nudge
- Yoko-Zuna
- 121 DJ’s
- Radio Active DJ’s
Saturday July 15 at the newly renovated Hunter Lounge, Wellington
Doors & DJ's from 6pm, live music starts 7.30pm, show finishes 1am
Get your tickets here: https://eventfinda.co.nz/2017/reactivate-radio-active-fundraiser/wellington
100% of all income from the show goes to the Givealittle campaign
More info here: http://loop.co.nz/events/reactivate-a-radio-active-fundraiser


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