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Sing for drinks at K' Road's Kamo bar

Thu 7 May 2009 In: New Zealand Daily News View at Wayback

Karaoke at K' Road's gay-owned bar/café Kamo is popular each Thursday and Saturday night, but now there's more incentive to grab the mike and belt out a song. $20 bar tabs will now be randomly given out on Karaoke nights, says Kamo co-owner Loren Boothby. "All you need to do to be in to win is to pluck up the courage to sing a song," he tells "There's no competing and no need for a fancy costume. You can be tone deaf and still in for a prize. Every singer is in for a chance to win a $20 bar tab for themselves and their mates." Kamo, at 382 K' Road, also hosts monthly Bear nights, fortnightly Rainbow Youth social groups and's monthly Forum Meet-Ups. There is a dinner menu until 10pm and bar snacks are always available.    

Credit: Daily News Staff

First published: Thursday, 7th May 2009 - 3:27pm

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