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Crossfire Talent Presents: The Better Days

When:

Sat 24 Oct 2015, 8:00pm–1:30am

Where: Moon, 167 Riddiford Street, Wellington

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $10.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: haylenmangin5

Crossfire Talent Presents 'The Better Days' Our Very own Folk, Indie and Funk music Festival.

Doors open at 8pm
$10 online Tickets sales or $15 entry fee at the door

Hope to see you all there for a dance!

Bands and Artists performing on the night:

Super Narco Man (Tauranga)

Three piece Blues/punk trio from Mount Maunganui will be making a trip to wellington for the third time to grace the ears of Wellington event attendees.
Super Narco Man are influenced by musical acts such as the great Frank Zappa and The Stooges.
Super Narco Man bring a energetic and engaging performance to their live shows and cant wait to dance with you all!

Sink the Bizmarck (Wellington)

Local Wellington Steam Funk-Punk band Sink The Bizmarck are the most Funkiest band you will ever hear, A performance not to be missed! Don’t believe me? Just Watch: https://vimeo.com/93571610

Ready Sett (Wellington)

Guitar-slinging, drum-stomping, beer-swigging Ready Sett are a two piece rock duo currently based in Wellington. Ready Sett deliver a gritty and loud live show filled with songs about everyday struggles, women who box. and love gone wrong.

The Lucid Effect (Wellington)

Fresh from releasing his sophomore EP ‘I Came From A Dark Place’, The Lucid Effect is the brainchild of Declan Ramsay. Aggressive, melodic and vibrant, The Lucid Effect is full of intense energy, using live looping to create walls of sound.

Flynn on the Fence (Wellington)

Four Wellington musician's vague memories and vivid dreams intoxicated by the smell of whiteboard markers and filthy carpet. Flynn on the Fence concocts electric indie-pop spanning a sous vibe of sweet lullabies to flame-grilled 90's grunge.

Badababushka (Wellington)

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