Article Title:Massive indie line-up for Saturday's Carnival of Clubs
Category:Events
Author or Credit:Matt Akersten
Published on:9th November 2009 - 08:11 am
Published by:GayNZ.com
Story ID:8147
Text:The crew who brought you K' Road's SOHOMO nights out have joined forces with Auckland's biggest indie bands and club nights for a big blow-out party this weekend. Quay Street Social Club, Thursday Night Tea Party, Yam Jams and Sohomo present the Carnival of Clubs, this Saturday 14 November in all three rooms at Toto's on Auckland's Nelson Street. A wide variety of bands and an assortment of live carnival performers are lined up, including Quay Street Social Club DJs, Yam Jam DJs, Daniel Farley, Maya and Vanya, Nick D, Mase, La Beat Debauchery, Luke Versalko, Boo U Whore, Official Funning Mixtapes, Time To Get Dumb, Cam Robertson, the Misfits of Science and Computers Want Me Dead. Despite the huge line-up, the cover charge for the Carnival of Clubs as set at a lowly $10, thanks to the generous support of sponsors Jager, Red Bull, 1AM magazine, Torque, Cheeseontoast, Epaulette, Totos, Juice TV, Mukuna, Roc eyewear and Hollywood props. There's more details about the some of the night's bands and DJs here, and you can check out Computers Want Me Dead's video for their hit We Walk in Circles below. GayNZ.com has two double passes to giveaway to the Carnival of Clubs - we'll give them to the fifth and sixth reader who emails us today (Thursday 12 November) on gaynz@woosh.co.nz with 'Carnival of Clubs' in the subject line. The doors open for Carnival of Clubs at 10pm this Saturday 14 November, at Toto's on 53 Nelson Street, Auckland City. Matt Akersten - 9th November 2009    
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