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Kaohsiung: July 24th, DJ Extravaganza at JoinUS

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Kaohsiung: July 24th, DJ Extravaganza at JoinUS

Postby joinus » 14 Jul 2009, 07:15

Friday, July 24th.

JoinUS
169 Jianguo 3rd Road
Kaohsiung City
**5 minute walk from the main train station**

4 Djs spinning a mix of music!

Only NT$100 at the door and some of the cheapest drinks in town.

Beer at NT$50 and Cocktails starting at NT$100!

www.khhlive.com
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