LIVE MUSIC @ TITTY TEA: JUNE

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LIVE MUSIC @ TITTY TEA: JUNE

Postby Titty Tea » 11 May 2012, 13:05

Titty Tea host live music every Saturday night beginning @ 8:30pm. Our line-up for June is:

06/02 VAN STOKES: CLASSIC ROCK
06/09 ALLEN HUONG: MODERN POP & ROCK
06/16 MARK DUNCAN-BROWN: CLASSIC ROCK
06/23 KEVIN MACCASH: ALTERNATIVE
06/30 HOPE YEH: JAZZ

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Address: No. 2, Jiafeng 2nd Street, Section 2, Zhubei, R.O.C., 新竹縣竹北市嘉豐二街二段二號
Telephone: (03)6675075
Email: tittytea@gmail.com

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Titty Tea is always looking for new musical talent. If you or you band are interested in performing publicly for cash, please contact us at the email provided above.

And don't miss MIKE MUDD performing 05/12 @ 8:30pm!
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