May 9th - Live Music in Kaohsiung - MAYhem!

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May 9th - Live Music in Kaohsiung - MAYhem!

Postby SanBaProductions » 01 May 2009, 00:56

Saturday May 9th www.sanbaparty.com is happy to present: MAYHem!

Uli and the Rulers are coming back to Kaohsiung for one night of music, dancing and all out mayhem.

Date: Saturday May 9, 2009
Time: 9PM-3AM
Place: Join-Us
Just a 4 minute walk from the Kaohsiung Main Train Station
Jianguo 3rd Rd #169 B1
+88672862829
高雄市建國三路169號地下室B1
(高雄中學正門對面)

The night will feature the awesome old school rock steady sound of the Uli & the Rulers, live reggae, and international DJs... So come ready to dance all night.

Kaohsiung Insiders members be sure to check www.kaosiunginsider.com for what you get free.

Guys can party with 1 free beer for NT300.
Ladies can enter for NT200 also with 1 free beer.

More info will be posted on www.sanbaparty.com so check back often. Also be sure to check our What is Going On Blog to see what is happening in Southern Taiwan.
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