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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 113890 31-Jan-2013 00:22
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Hey Fellow Geeks

my band is playing a U2 and Green Day show at Diggers Bar in Hamilton on Saturday night.  There is a hot deal on TreatMe for anyone interested. 

http://www.treatme.co.nz/Deal/Waikato/supersystem-jan13bb-2 

  • Experience live versions of all your favourite U2 and Green Day songs by Auckland band SuperSystem.
  • Two great options:
    • $29 for 1 Ticket to U2 and Green Day Tribute Show plus $40 Food and Beverage Voucher
    • $39 for 2 Tickets to U2 and Green Day Tribute Show plus $40 Food and Beverage Voucher
  • Gig is 2nd February, Diggers Bar, doors open 8pm.
  • Two concerts back to back.
  • High energy live performance with costumes, lighting, supporting video and all the energy and spirit you love.



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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 753966 31-Jan-2013 15:41
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Friendly bump

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  Reply # 753971 31-Jan-2013 16:01
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With respect, might I suggest that you put a link up to your YouTube account so people can decide if your music style is something they might be interested in seeing live? :)

 
 
 
 


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 753975 31-Jan-2013 16:08
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Hi There,

We don't have a decent youtube channel yet. Most people that will be buying tickets will know who U2 and Green Day are, and their associated music styles.

Can look at our facebook page for some pics and videos www.facebook.com/SuperSystemNZ

Cheers



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