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Heavy Chest, Nic and Reuben, Baxter

When
Thu Jan 9th, 2020
Where
San Fran,
Wellington

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Doors open
8:30pm
Gig starts
9:00pm
Entry
R18
Cover charge*
$15
*Guide only - booking fees may apply
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Kicking the year off right with a line up you do NOT wanna miss!!

BAXTER:
Baxter is a one man show which is all about quirk. From energetic beats to acoustic stories there is always a strong focus on lyrics (and dance routines). Baxter
is the pioneer of his self coined genre: Genius Pop

NIC & REUBEN:
Nic & Reuben are a Wellington based indie pop/rock/whatever you want duo who make music with their time.
Having left dunedin with a small EP called somethin' somethin they now have released their 7 song bigger and naughtier project named MIND WAVE.
They aim to woo you with weird and wonderful music as well as behaviour and look forward to getting cozy with you in the sun with their fun and cool band!

HEAVY CHEST:
Over the last three years Heavy Chest have crafted an original sound and released music to make you melt. These dreamy chillers help you float through your life and accompany you at the best and worst moments. After a stint in Europe 2019 playing shows in Amsterdam, Milan, Switzerland to name a few places the band has followed it up recently selling out shows across the country and accompanied acts such as Mild Orange & Benee on the stage. With a busy busy 2020 summer ahead they are a powerful live act that you don't want to miss.

Presales start Wednesday 18th December!

Presented by Dee Production's

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