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Fri 5 Mar 2010, 8:00pm

Where: San Fran, 171 Cuba St, Wellington

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • Student: $15.00
  • Public: $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply


Listed by: VUWSA

Holy whoa, has it been 3 years already?! That's right, It's the VBC's 3rd birthday! And to celebrate we're putting on a real doozy of a show, top notch even.

We are pleased to announce The Mint Chicks, Die! Die! Die!, and Bang Bang Eche! At San Francisco Bathhouse on March 5th 2010. Because We’d just like to say that we love you, and that this is for you baby.

The Mint Chicks have been rather busy, what with relocating to Portland in 2007, losing their bass player, finding their bass player, Ray Columbus, releasing an album Screens in 2009, and a brand spanking new EP Bad Buzz coming out in February.

Known for their amazing live shows, that put most bands to shame, throw in some great videos, and some astonishingly good releases including like the Octagon Octagon Octagon, and Anti Tiger E.P.s, Their Albums F*ck The Golden Youth, and Crazy? Yes! Dumb? No!, are all classics. The Mint Chicks are coming to get you Barbara.

Die! Die! Die! Have just recorded album number three, it’s not out yet, but let us just say that it is going to blow your puny earthling minds. Recorded in Port Chalmers at the legendary Chicks Hotels, and produced by Nick Roughan from The Skeptics! Die! Die! Die! Have, as usual, been productive as, touring, recording, touring, they never ever seem to stop. Their set at CALH 2010 was the stand out set of campus (just sayin). Since releasing their first album Die! Die! Die! (recorded by the legendary Steve Albini) In 2005 they’ve hardly stopped touring, or working. 2007 saw them release Promises Promises to critical acclaim.

Bang! Bang! Eche! Are a bunch of young punks from Christchurch, formed by T'Nealle Worsley in 2007. They’ve since being picked up by the underground management (New York). Their brand of dance punk has seen them garner attention by college radio in the states, play the CMJ festival in New York, and they’re about to do some more touring overseas, including the UK and the US, including a stint at SXSW. With two E.P.s out, Bang! Bang! Eche!, and Sonic Death Cunttt, you should expect big things from them.

For one easy booking fee of $3.50 (for both students and regular folk) you can load up all your Orientation events on one card. Cards are available online, at the VUWSA office on campus and the Dazzle ticket booth in the Quad during Orientation week.

If you have a student ticket you will be required to show Student ID at the door.

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