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September 18, 2017 | by  | in Music |
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Tuesday: Dance for Democracy — If you want to have a funky time and boogie down with New Zealand’s favourite young upstart Chlöe Swarbrick, get yourself down to Meow at 8.00pm and give yourself a pat on the back for participating in a fundamentally broken democracy.

Friday: Emily Fairlight, Finn Johansson, and the Bent Folk — Friday’s the night for some pre-election psychedelic folk to soothe your bones, 8.00pm at San Fran.

Saturday: The Shuffle Election Night Party — Screaming into the void may feel a little more cathartic, but on this day you should exercise your voice at the polling booth and help us bring about some much needed change in our stale-ass political status quo. Then you should roll on through to Rogue and Vagabond for live bands and live election results and toast in the new government, from 9.00pm.

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