Wild Life
Saturday 3rd May 2014
Queen Of Hoxton, 1 Curtain Road, London
On the ground floor expect pure party jams from the likes of: Biggie, Prince, Michael Jackson, M.I.A., Salt N Pepa, Fleetwood Mac, Metronomy, SBTRKT, Azealia Banks, LCD Soundsystem, Jay Z and much more! In the basement things get a little darker: house, disco, electro, techno past, present and future. Plus themed events, giveaways, photobooth, disco balls, visuals, party poppers, lasers, babes and ballers!


Hits From The Pong
Saturday 5th April 2014
Bounce, 121 Holborn, London, London
17 ping pong tables, UV light, a fully licensed cocktail bar and smashing tunes right through the night. Hits From The Pong delivers an eclectic mix of sounds and stunning visuals. No where in London will you have a night out with this much fun.

What's more? It's free! Bounce always reserves a few walk-in tables, so if you fancy having a game and a boogie, join us every Saturday for the funkiest night in town.


Temwa Presents Monsterpiece at Big Chill Bar Brist
Saturday 12th April 2014
Big Chill Bar, 15 Small Street, Bristol, United Kingdo
Two floors of Hip-Hop, Funk, Soul, Rare-Groove and Disco featuring ?

Bedmo DiscoThe Disco TwoBashmoneyPlus many more special guests.

£3 suggested donation on the door 100% of the profits from the night will go towards Temwas community development projects in northern Maiawi.


Rock/Britpop Review: Elbow-The Take Off and Landing of Everything


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Music Reviews & News Release Date: March 11, 2014 Label: Concord Website Elbow is another case of a band that is extremely well known in the UK, but is relatively unknown in the US. The band has released six studio albums dating back to 2001, all of which have been in the top 15 on British album charts. In 2008 they won the Mercury Prize for The Se...


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Paul Oakenfold
30th May 2014
Ruby Skye, 420 Mason St., San Francisco
When it comes to a career the magnitude of Paul Oakenfold it?s hard to encompass one of the true legends of electronic music into just words. For over 3 decades he has elevated and shaped an entire genre and remains one of the leading forces in the global music scene today. His most recent works have taken him from the DJ booth of the worlds hottest nightspots and festivals to the studio producing soundtracks for Hollywood blockbuster movies. His diversity in artistry and ability has earned him accolades from critics and fans alike. Garnering him not 1 but 2 Grammy Nominations for his works. But lets take a step back. The son of a musician, Paul came up as a young DJ in the late '70s spinning Funk in Covent Garden. Not what some might have expected from one of Trances preeminent masters. But he knew then music would be his life. In the '80s 2 life-changing trips took place. The first in 1984 where he spent several months living in New York City working as A&R man for the famed Champion Records signing DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince, as well as Salt-n-Pepa. He also became promoter and British agent for the Beastie Boys and Run-D.M.C. The second trip and more contemporary influence was in 1987 which brought Paul to the White Isle of Ibiza. Here he discovered the Balearic sound that flowed through the Ibiza air at clubs such as Amnesia. Inspired, he took the music and experiences back to the UK and became its ambassador. Paul returned often holding residencies at Amnesia and Pacha in Ibiza. Around the same time Ministry Of Sound in London was opening and tauted Paul as their first resident. However it was his famed residency at UK super-club Cream in Liverpool that brought Paul global respect as a master of his art. It was some say the catalyst to what has made him a touring legend. This residency was celebrated through the Grammy nominated 2004 compilation ?Creamfields? (Paul went on to receive a second Grammy nomination in 2007 with his artist album, ?A Lively Mind? and then again in 2009 for his production work with Madonna). Oakenfold?s stature as a DJ and entertainer has taken him beyond the normal club and festival circuit, playing landmark gigs that have changed the face of electronic music. Highlights include three worldwide tours warming up for Madonna and U2 (with both artists insisting on a DJ set from Paul instead of a support band); performing physically on the Great Wall of China and two sold out dates playing to 30,000 people at the Hollywood Bowl in California. A year after that first visit to Ibiza, Perfecto was born. Founded in 1988, Oakenfold?s groundbreaking Perfecto record label played an integral role in the birth of trance music, with Paul at the helm producing massive international hits such as ?Not Over Yet?, ?Bullet In The Gun? and ?Southern Sun?. With countless high profile releases and remixes in its path, Perfecto Records is still the benchmark to which so many labels measure themselves. 20+ years later, Perfecto remains as cutting edge and popular as ever, even resurrecting its Perfecto Fluoro sublabel in 2011. Probably Perfecto?s most notable release was the recent double album ?Perfecto Las Vegas? which held the #1 spot on the US iTunes dance chart for several weeks. This release solidified Paul?s stronghold as an International DJ power player achieving the highest selling DJ compilation ever released in US history ? with over half a million sales. Paul has produced for megastars such as U2, Madonna (including her latest release ?Celebration?) and The Happy Mondays. As well as three acclaimed artist albums under his own name. He has remixed Michael Jackson, The Rolling Stones and Justin Timberlake and released over 20 DJ mix compilations. In recent years Paul has also been responsible for creating some of the most breathtaking film scores and cues for a long list of Hollywood blockbusters ? including The Bourne Identity, Matrix Reloaded, Shrek 2, Swordfish and Collateral. But his most anticipated release is yet to come. Paul Oakenfold?s newest artist album ?Pop Killer? is scheduled for imminent release featuring The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Gnarls Barkley, OneRepublic and B.O.B. Astonishingly, despite all his success in the worlds of chart music and film, Oakenfold has found time to keep in touch with his roots as a club DJ. Over the past 3 years he has held a weekly residency at the legendary Rain nightclub in The Palms, Las Vegas. Planet Perfecto is a fully produced show with 75 circus performers, cutting edge visuals and special effects - giving the 3,000-strong crowd a truly unique experience. Whether you are listening to a CD, watching a commercial, going to a club or playing a video game; Paul?s omnimedia presence is felt everywhere. Paul Oakenfold is the sovereign of DJ culture and is its most recognizable icon. Paul Oakenfold?s: Perfecto On Tour radio show airs weekly on Sirius XM Satellite Radio?s - Electric Area Channels Saturdays at 8pm EST and rebroadcasts Wednesdays at 12 noon EST. Terms and Conditions: This event is 21 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 21 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund. Support lineup subject to change. No refunds will be issued for lack of identification or invalid identification. Fashionable Attire is required, no sneakers, shorts, tank tops, baseball hats or gym clothes. By purchasing a ticket, you will also receive weekly email blasts from Ruby Skye about upcoming events, guest lists and more.


ZACH! Singer-songwriter performing or iginals and soulful uplifting acoustic pop!
The Blue Rock Cafe, 5827 Darrow Road (Route 91)
Learn more about ZACH www.zachmusic.net www.facebook.com/zachm usic   Music is why I'm here. Music and Peace. And Love. A near-death bout of appendicitis brought me to the path of music when I was 16, and I hav en't looked back since. As soon as that wood and steel was in my hands, I began writing songs, and within three months, I had a number of regular gigs at coffeehouses all over Northeast Ohio. After attending a Jewel con cert, I decided music was what I wanted to do forever. Music is who I am. By the time my second CD came out in 2000, I was performing 100+ shows a year, and I had begun touring around the region. In most places I played , I found myself the youngest one in the room, especially in the venues I wasn't even legally allowed into. When my 21st birthday rolled around, my 3rd CD was coming out, and I had jumped up to 200 shows a year. As 201 1 clicks in, I just released my 10th official CD and tour coast- to-coast . In fact, my van (The Buffalo) and I are on the move someplace in the co untry more often than not. Nothing makes me happier than writing songs and singing them for people. Everything from house concerts to amphitheaters to charities to cafes to theaters are on my touring schedule.   The last f ew years, I have been in the midst of a spiritual and personal quest that lead me to the works of Gandhi, Tolstoy, and in turn, Martin Luther Ki ng. A new door opened inside me as I read about the work for nonviolence w ithin and without. With a friend, I created the Akron Peace Project to sp read nonviolence in the self, the home, and the community. It has made l eaps and bounds in its short existence. Coupled with my Love Initiative mo vement, my music which is naturally very hopeful and optimistic has been able to lend its voice to the power we all have to change ourselves and th e world. Blue Rock Cafe Click here to see us on Facebook! Click here to se e our full music schedule at www.BlueRockCafe.com 5827 Darrow Road (Route  91) Hudson, OH  44236 (between Zeppe's & Brubaker's) www.BlueRockCafe.com   330.650.2222

April 16, 2014, 11:30 a.m. - Women Pop Artists: Yayoi Kusama and Marisol Escobar through Primary Sources
The Museum of Modern Art, 11 West 53 Street, New York, NY 10019

Pink Bubble Pop Up
Date: Tuesday, April 1st, 2014 to Monday, April 7th, 2014
Time: 10:00 - 20:00
District: Nicosia
Venue: €.‡.
Categories: Art Exhibitions | Fashion

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10th May 2014

Boy George
28th April 2014
The Fillmore, 1805 Geary Blvd.,
Boy George Put on the spot on a TV show and asked the title of his next album, Boy George blurted out This Is What I Do. It wasn't as random as this story suggests, the title was one of a few being mulled over, but the decision was instant and it has stuck. The simple statement of fact -- This Is What I Do -- is telling and significant because so much has gone on over the years to actually obscure what George does and who he is. "It's about re-establishing myself musically to say this is what I do. I was at the Brits a couple of years ago and some unexpected people were giving me name checks, like Cee Lo Green and Arcade Fire. It made me think, a lot of people know who I am and have this affection for me but they don't really know why they like me. I had to ask myself, well who and what are you?" George is famous enough for all of us to have an opinion and think we know who he is. On This Is What I Do we are likely to be confounded. Close your eyes, empty your mind, and as another '80s pop star once said, listen without prejudice. This may be the best record he's ever made. It's the record he's always had the promise to make but only now through life experience has been able to find a direct line to his muse. In the process he freed his spirit to explore not just his own psyche but the diverse influences that have inspired him over the years -- from dub to rap, Woolwich to Jamaica, glam rock to country, mean streets to sunny uplands. "I went back to the soul, the essence of what I do. That's been important for me. There have been a few periods over the years where I didn't listen to music. It was almost like the birds stopped singing. I can measure my own wellness by how much I listen to music. "With this record we were playing lots of stuff in the studio, random things that weren't anything to do with what we were doing, but to get a feeling. We were listening to lots of what I call baggy music, music that is not programmed, slightly out of time, a bit loose, has its own footprint. I do a lot of dance stuff as a DJ and in collaboration with other people and I wanted to step away from that and do something more organic. I know that's clichd, but that's what I was after." The list of listening ranged from early Bowie and the Stones to Cockney Rebel, Nico and Lou Reed. "The album was easy to make. There's a lot of love on it, a lot of love, and people I've worked with over the years came and contributed." Just that statement, to those who knew George in his Culture Club days is shocking in itself. Recording sessions were always filled with drama and George hated the studio environment virtually being dragged in to do his vocals and running out as fast as he could. "Making albums has always been a drama for me, but this was just beautiful and if I do another Culture Club record it has to be fun. It doesn't have to be a headache. We get paid to do what we love. It's such a pleasure to do what we do. "The album started off with reggae as the template but then it branched out into other things. We didn't want to restrict ourselves because you've got to honour the song, so if a song has a certain type of energy you can't force it into a genre. "We went back to the '70s, which was the time that shaped me as a musician and a person. The '70s was such a bonkers decade, everything from the Sex Pistols to The Goombay Dance Band. Even though Culture Club were associated so much with the '80s, our roots were in the '70s -- reggae, glam rock, punk rock, disco, electro. I think this record is very '70s." George has stretched his musical repertoire while retaining his soulfulness and pop sensibility. He's found his inner rock god on "My God," explored country swing on "It's Easy," entered a dream-like altered state on "Any Road," gone sultry and wistful on "Death Of Samantha," and reminded us, and maybe himself, of his playful side on "Nice And Slow." The exploration of his musical roots mirrors the personal journey of self-discovery he has embarked on since becoming sober in 2008. Another milestone was turning 50 two years ago. "It was a huge turning point for me. I thought I've got to get my s~~t together, I've got to focus, this is important. I just felt I'd wasted a lot of time. I looked at myself and thought, God, I've done nothing. I know I've done a lot, I've always worked, I've grafted and always made money, but a lot of it was pointless because no one knew what I was doing." He changed management, got a new DJ agent and set out on the path to show the world the real Boy George, the one who had been obscured in a haze, some of it his own doing, some of it simply the myths that had built up around him. There is a growing acknowledgement that George is one of those artists whose reputation needs to be reappraised. There has been a steady stream of these over the years. Antony Hegarty paid his tribute to George when they duetted on "You Are My Sister" in 2005. In 2010, Mark Ronson invited George to sing on "Somebody To Love Me." Earlier this year George was a guest of Yoko Ono at the Meltdown festival. This Is What I Do is set to further enhance that reappraisal and show the world that George is not only back, he's an important artist with an irrepressible zest for life. When you connect your ears will quiver, your soul will shiver and you'll want to dance like Saint Vitus.


LIFE DRAWING - Every Wednesday (02 Apr 2014)
107 Projects,107 Redfern Street, Redfern NSW 2016
Life Drawing


107 Projects presents life drawing in the comfort of our performance space every Wednesday eve.

Hosted by life drawing teacher and enthusiast Antoinette Starkiewicz.

Some weeks will coincide with a new exhibition opening so pop in early for some inspiration and a glass of wine before the life drawing starts.

Bring your own paper and supplies, some easels and leaning boards will be provided.

EVERY WED 8pm - 10pm, $15 / $10 (student & concession)

Caravan Palace
The Regency Ballroom, 1300 Van Ness Ave.,
Here we go, let?s take the Caravan for another tour. Same Palace, with a brand new customized flavor. On the shelves and on the road. The surprise breakout band of the last decade, the apostles of Electro Swing and precursors of a laidback yet terribly upbeat trend, is coming up with an evocative second album: Panic! This time, Caravan Palace takes us even farther than their first album (that sold more than 150 000 copies) and continues an amazing adventure almost started by accident. Their strength lies in their common passion for electronic music. Charles, Arnaud and Hughes, the initial trio, dig swing, especially gypsy jazz, and try their hands at the genre?s traditional instruments: guitar, double bass and violin. That?s where this peculiar mixture of classical Django and new trendy electro comes from. And it?s far better than those retro futuristic sounds? because it swings. A few myspace posts later and they have almost doubled in size, enrolling Chapi and the boisterous Colotis in the band. They start touring long before they even think about releasing an album. And everything clicks in 2007, during the Django Reinhardt Festival in Samois. Terrified to be part of the gypsy jazz pantheon, they gather speed and steam and create a real posse (not unlike hip-hop) that follows them everywhere. The word is out, their breakout song, Jolie Coquine, is playing everywhere. The record is released a year later, and it?s an immediate hit. They soon tour France and Europe. The show peaks at the Olympia. The room is packed, people go crazy? listening to swing. This has never happened before. But during the autumn of 2010, they stop and take a month off to start thinking about the new album. How do they come up with new songs? Every member of the band works in his own musical lab before exchanging files at night. The same process starts over the next day. And when the others react instinctively, it?s generally a good sign. The basic rhythm of the first album has mutated into sophisticated beats, less gimmicky, more varied and enriched with sounds flirting with the frontiers of trip-hop. They still love Massive Attack, they still dig the creative minds of Ninja Tune, Isole?s minimal electro vibe or Gorillaz?s grand hip-hop rock bazaar. Only the best of the best. But they also rediscover thirties and forties swing jazz, artists like Fletcher Henderson, or the less mainstream musicians like Charlie Chavers and Mildred Bailey. Six months later, forty-something titles pile up. It?s time to regroup in the studio? where fifteen vintage keyboards are waiting. Tirelessly, the band tries new things, merges styles and makes creative decisions. Fourteen titles are soon emerging. The petulant voice of Colotis is booming again and the old friend Cyrille-Aime is back on two songs. And don?t forget to include Toustou in the Caravan. And now, here comes the list! Clash It opens up on a? fun and raging note! A surprising mix of up tempo swing with a bunch of hacked-up sounds, technologic and flirting with rock?s golden past, back in the day when it was called bop (let?s forget all those labels!). From the get go, this sounds like a huge leap forward from Caravan Palace?s first generation. June 12 th 3049 A ballad with a deliciously slow yet vivid tempo, samples from the grand old age, the vibraphone and the spiraling springs stretching out time. Given the title, we know we?re entering a new futuristic territory. Beatphone A frantic beat that takes its time, an amazing clash with a cascade of breaks to catch one?s breath, barely? before the beat starts again. Cotton heads A pop escapade showing the breadth of Caravan Palace?s new horizons. An ethereal tune, flirting with weightlessness, and branded with a twist of swing, rooted in the tempo and the impulsive keyboards. Dirty side Yes, dirty, the dark side of the Caravan, frantic and frenzied, chemical, destroy? Listen to this borderline sardonic voice coupled with the mocking piano. And the Lionel Hampton vibe from the vibraphone. Enough to upset any musical compass! Dramophone Dear God, the Andrew Sisters are back. With synthetic glitter. This one is coming from Cyril-Aime Daudel, a talent temporarily attached to the Caravan. This is clearly the song that bridges best the two albums. Glory of nelly A London promenade, another sweet escape from the Caravan, with a special song? eh, I beg your pardon? toast, from Sista Colotis. The unlikely and fleeting mix of swing and ragga, with a dominant background of brass and strings. Maniac A hint of Gorillaz, a drawling voice, a few touches of seventies synthesizer ( la Franois de Roubaix), a pinch of Django guitar, almost included by accident. Mix up and listen? Newbop Both new and bop. An acrobatic scat with a solid anchor, multiple breaks, like sturdy inviting steps. And don?t forget the boisterous guitar. Panic! ~AXS


‘WALK ON THE WiLDSIDE’: The music of Lou Reed, Velvet Underground and Iggy Pop,feat
29th June 2014
Camelot Lounge, 19 Marrickville Road Marrickville NSW 2204

Duos are common enough in the musical world, but sibling duos are a rare thing. Slava and Leonard Grigoryan are that rare thing. There is no rivalry, only the bonds of family and a love of music.

Touring extensively throughout Australia and overseas, the Grigoryan Brothers have astounded audiences worldwide with their guitar virtuosity. Together, the duo has released five albums, all of which have been nominated for ARIA awards.

In a very rare casual and pared-back show, Slava and Leonard will perform a program of Australian and South American pieces complimented by their own compositions which have become a much-loved part of the Grigoryan Brothers€™ repertoire.

Doors 6.30pm, Show 7.30pm
Bookings close at 6pm on the day. Tickets may be purchased at the door subject to availability
Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed €“ NO BYO
Please book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!
All ages welcome (but under 18€s must be accompanied by an adult)


RSVP DEAL: Ladies FREE All Night | Men 10pm - 11:30pm Reduced After

There's a place where only the fashionable party. The trendsetters. The who's who of nightlife. This is the GLITTERATI, and they all come to play at NIKKI! Join the nightlife elite and mingle with the city's beautiful crowd while dancing to the sexy sounds of DJ METRO! Get your hottest outfit ready. It's going to be a night you'll never forget ;)

2 Floors of Music! LIVE Video-Mixing!
Starring: DJ METROPlus Residents: WRECK | DJ TRAKO & IVANMAIN ROOM: Progressive House | Electro | Top 40 | Trap | Hip-HopVIP SUITE: Top 40 | Global, Tropical Beats

(Gym shoes, work boots, baseball caps, plain t-shirts or polo shirts, shorts, flats, flip-flops or baggy attire will not be permitted).
Dress code restrictions are at the discretion of the Door Manager and pertain not merely to articles of clothing: but more importantly to style and execution. Dress code subject to change without prior notification.

Foundry616 welcomes back this sizzling quintet, featuring some of Sydney's most dedicated jazz musicians, bringing to y
23rd May 2014
Foundry616 Jazz Club, 616 Harris Street Sydney NSW 2007

Returning to Ultimo with their distinctive contemporary sound, The catholics are simply an exciting and engaging band to experience live.

One of Australia's most distinctive and best-loved contemporary groups, The catholics features many of Sydney's most exciting musicians.Bandleader and bassist Lloyd Swanton is well known internationally for his work with improvising legends The Necks and has appeared on over 90 albums, many of them ARIA Award winners, including Vince Jones, Wendy Matthews and Bernie McGann.

The catholics feature some of Sydney's elite players, a who's who of the jazz scene, from trombonist James Greening to Sandy Evans, all composers and band leaders themselves.

The catchy blend of pop music, melding with infectious world dance rhythms and indisputably authoritative jazz-ability, has created a rare thing indeed- a sound with an instant appeal, physical excitement, passion, and critical credibility - as demonstrated by The catholics often sold-out gigs, huge fan base, several outstanding recordings and numerous Mo and ARIA Awards.

Treat yourself - come and hear this band.

Lloyd Swanton (bass) Sandy Evans (saxophone) James Greening (trombone and pocket trumpet) Jonathan Pease (guitar) Gary Daly (accordion) Hamish Stuart (drums) Fabian Hevia (percussion)

The Jews Brothers Band is back in Sydney! Featuring Neill Duncan on the one-handed tenor sa
15th May 2014
Camelot Lounge, 19 Marrickville Road Marrickville NSW 2204

Mark Ginsburg has been a committed advocate of building musical bridges between his native South Africa and his newer home, Australia. His efforts have seen him seen perform frequently at South African Jazz Festivals as well as having taken Australian musicians there on tour. His deep understanding of the South African musical landscape can be heard in many of his musical projects. The band will take us on a fascinating musical journey, featuring the music of Abdullah Ibrahim, Hugh Masakela, Bheki Mseleku and more...

Mark Ginsburg - Saxophones

Simon Ferenci - Flugel Horn & Trumpet

Judy Campbell - Voice

Ryan Grogan - Piano

Brendan Clark Jnr - Bass

Dave Goodman - Drums

Doors 7.00pm, show 8.00pm

Table bookings for groups of 8 or more only €“ email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked€
Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed €“ NO BYO
Please book carefully €“ as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!

All ages welcome (but under 18€s must be accompanied by an adult)

Be quick coz Camembert at Camelot always sells out!! The best n
10th May 2014
Camelot Lounge, 19 Marrickville Road Marrickville NSW 2204

May 10 is a rare opportunity to catch Australian blues legend Dom Turner, founding member and key songwriter of the blues group The Backsliders, performing withDom Turner and Supro.

Dom Turner and Supro are a mixture of three-parts blues, two parts surf-rock, a heavy spoonful of dub laced with a splash of Tabasco-spiced New Orleans funk, all blended with a helping of Tex-Mex jalapenos, salt, reverb and voices from the dead. Traditionally served with your choice of ice-cold beer.

Dom Turner and Supro have rocked audiences at numerous festivals including East Coast Blues Festival, the Australian Blues Festival and the Wangaratta Festival of Jazz.

Joining Dom in live mode are legendary drummer Rosscoe €œStinger€ Clark (The Foreday Riders, Lynwood Slim), the amazing Dave €œHitman€ Harding on bass (Lynnwood Slim, Eugene €œHideaway€ Bridges) and sensational keyboardist Johnny G (Johnny G and the E Types, Ed Kuepper, Leonardo€™s Bride).

Check them out: http://domturner.com.au/dom-turner-and-supro/

As a special treat Johnny G & The E Types will deliver a mind-blowing instrumental performance showcasing the Memphis soul classics of Booker T & The M.G.€™s, the Jamaican reggae hits of The Upsetters and the funk gems of The Meters.

Johnny G & The E Types are legendary keyboardist Johnny G on Hammond and Piano (Ed Kuepper, Leonardo's Bride), Nick Meredith (Cotton Keyes & Morris, Tim Finn, Matt Finish) on guitar, drums from Antero Ceschin (Continental Blues Party, The Mighty Reapers), Dave €œHitman€ Harding (Eugene "Hideaway" Bridges, Red Rivers, The Foreday Riders) on bass.

Check them out: http://johnnygandtheetypes.com

This is a rare, not to be missed double bill show for all lovers of Blues, Tex-Mex, Soul, Funk, Surf Rock and Dub-Reggae.

Presale $15 +bf, Door $20
Doors 7.30pm, Show 9.00pm

Bookings close at 6pm on the day. Tickets may be purchased at the door subject to availability.
Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed €“ NO BYO
Please book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!
All ages welcome (but under 18€s must be accompanied by an adult)


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Pop Said.... Again
Borderline, London, United Kingdom
Pop Said.... Again


PEP @ Buffalo's
PEP (Proctor Entertainment Project) Playing Country, Country Rock, Classic Rock, Modern Rock, Pop, Today€™s Top 40 and more ! CNY MOST VERSATILE BAND- Featuring Bear (Kent Proctor) Formally of Decree & F5 Bass & Keys- Joe Goss Guitars- Jeremy Clark Guitars- Hakon Moller Drums- Tim Bressee PEP specializes in Private Events & Weddings via Proctor Entertainment. We love to do public shows ! Come and put some PEP In Your Step! 04.12.2014 from 09:00 PM - 01:00 AM


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Tequila Tuesdays

$5 Tequila Shot & $2 Taco Tuesdays All Day: $4 Well margarita, Corona, $5 1800 shots, $6.50 all other tequilas. Everyday Special: $12 pitchers. Choice of Mai Tai, Sangria, Margarita, or Long Island.

Longest Happy Hour M-F 10am - 7pm $4.50 Wells, $5 Miller Pitchers, $4.50 Barefoot Wines, $1 off Calls, Premiums, Supremes, $1 off Bottled Beers, $5.50 Mai Tai, Bloody Mary.

Free Acoustic Live Music: 6-9pm JESSE & GJ Pop | Rock | Hawaiian | Originals. All Request Music | Video night 9pm-close; .

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