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Celebrate 21 Years of Blues Music in Wellington

Celebrate 21 Years of Blues Music in Wellington

Capital Blues Inc Presents a 3 Day Blues Festival, Featuring The Original Blues Musos From 21 Years Ago - 9/10/11 NOV,

A one-off incredible line-up of the best blues musicians are coming to play at their favourite haunt. What an extravaganza! Everyone can get their dose of positive blues as this gig is free to the public due to the fantastic generosity of the Pelorus Trust,


THURS 9 NOV • The Dapper Gents Night • 8:30PM

Neil Billington Band with Dave Murphy


FRI 10 NOV • The Out of Towners Night • 6:30PM

Al Witham, Kayte Edwards & Prawet Bop
Kokomo
Bullfrog Rata Band with Shayn Wills


SAT 11 NOV • The Showcase • 3PM

Marg Layton Band
Pip Payne Gospel Band
Velox Bros
Mike Garner
Matt Hay and the Makers
Red Dog Saloon Band with Del Thomas
Darren Watson and the Dangerous Experts


Hotel Bristol, 131-133 Cuba Street, Wellington


Fore more info see -

http://www.capitalblues.co.nz/

www.facebook.com/Capital.Blues.Inc.Roomfulla.Blues/

https://twitter.com/CapitalBluesInc

https://youtube/capitalbluesinc


ENDS


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