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Anzac-Eve Service Feat. Aquatic Apes, ManSweat, and Owls

When:

Fri 24 Apr 2015, 8:00pm–12:00am

Where: U-Bar, 640 Cumberland St, Dunedin, Otago

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • Poppy Wearing Public: $5.00
  • General Public: $10.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: Amazing Enterprises

On the eve of Anzac Day, Amazing Enterprises presents a night of rememberance and celebration at Re:Fuel with veterans of the Dunedin music scene Aquatic Apes, ManSweat, and Owls.

At 8pm on Friday the 24th of April, Refuels annual Anzac-Eve service begins. Entry fee of $10 applies except for those wearing a poppy who will gain entry for $5. Gasmasks, sandbags, and trench-kits will be provided on the night.

Aquatic Apes
Emerging from a haze left by Billy and the Kids, Aquatic Apes combine bass-riffs that will vaporise your mind with chopped yet rolling drums that will keep you on the edge of your toes.
Sitting somewhere between couch-lock Stoner Rock and disco-beaten Punk, these two pack even more punch than they do bowls.

Owls
Formed in late 2013, Owls is made up of Jacob Wright(Phoney Dog), Tom Corrigan(Iron Mammoth), and Ayumu Koboyashi(The Maine Coons).
Whilst Jacob hits things(prefferably drums) and plays with his moustaches, Tom contributes the odd comment, and Ayumu just watches over the chaos.
All the while they play music, some call it Pop-Rock.

ManSweat
Mansweat is a Dunedin based extreme covers band consisting of Simon Jordan (Vox) Scott Herriott (Guitar) and brothers Dylan (Bass) and Reuben Pringle (Drums).
Mansweat plays only the most raw, heavy and energetic tributes to your favorite pop hits from Taylor Swift, Britney Spears, Gorillaz, 50-cent, Iggy Azalea, Katy Perry and more.

Brought to the public by Amazing Enterprises – Performing Arts Management and Event Production.

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