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When:

Fri 23 Feb 2007

Where: St James Theatre, 312 Queen Street, Auckland CBD

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Listed by: Wayne Lockwood

After years of rumours, Boy George comes to New Zealand for the first time ever to DJ at the massive Ministry of Sound party!

Boy George
Kid Kenobi + MC Shureshock
Dirty South
Abigail Bailey

Greg Churchill
Bevan Keys
Sam Hill
Tim Phin
Jolyon Petch
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Karn Hall
Daniel Farley

Boy George
Voted one of the 100 greatest Britons of all time, vilified on New York garbage duty, and loved the world over, Superstar DJ Boy George is coming to New Zealand for the very first time!
From the moment he appeared singing Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?, Boy George has been embraced by a global audience. A cultural icon and creative force of nature, he has enjoyed international success as a singer, songwriter, producer, author, actor, photographer and fashion designer – as well as being one of the most sought after DJs on the planet today.
Get ready for a once-in-a-lifetime lesson in dance floor style from one of music’s most colourful artists.

Kid Kenobi + MC Shureshock
The number one DJ in Australia, as voted by the people for three years running, with a stack of best-selling Ministry of Sound mix CDs to his name, Kid Kenobi is a bona fide breaks legend.
The Kid’s remix of Green Velvet’s La La Land won him a Dance Music Award, while his new hit with Hook n Sling, The Bump, signals an electro shift. And now Kid Kenobi has mixed the new Ministry of Sound Clubbers Guide to 2007, featuring all this year’s hottest tracks and remixes.
MC Shureshock, former frontman for Brisbane band Zephyr Timbre, has proved a popular addition to Kenobi’s CDs and sets, and joins him on stage in New Zealand.

Dirty South
Dirty South has been electro-fyin’ the charts with red hot mash-ups and remixes, like his massive reworking of Evermore’s It’s Too Late. The highly-desired Melbourne-based DJ/producer has been busy remixing tracks for the likes of Depeche Mode, Chris Lake, Fedde Le Grand, Roger Sanchez and studio partner TV Rock.

Abigail Bailey
Recognised as one of the UK’s finest house music vocalists, Abigail Bailey is also an in-demand DJ. Her collaboration with Herd & Fitz, I Just Can’t Get Enough, was a worldwide smash, and now Abigail is working alongside artists such as Who Da Funk’s Jorge Jaramillo, TV Rock, Eric Kupper and Soul Seekerz.

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