Project Arts Centre presents

Performance

THE CHALETS AND FRIENDS

Dates: 20 Dec - 20 Dec

Show Time: 8:00pm

Tickets: €12

THE CHALETS AND FRIENDS

8pm
20 Dec 2003
Music

By Project Mongo

Tickets €12

Project Mongo: A mongo night of musical fun at the Project on Saturday 20th of December

The bands and DJs listed below are so excited about Pantene Pro V’s new enhanced formula and conditioning power they decided to throw a massive Christmas party.

Apeonaut, the future’s foremost moon bound beatmonkey, mixes up beats that will rock 98% of your DNA.

Stanley Super 800, Cork’s favorite electro pop langers.

Warlords of Pez, zillionaire space panto rockers are in a holiday season movie mood and therefore gonna rock you like you are Home Alone in the Temple of Doom.

Estel, Dublin’s finest purveyors of space rock playing “live” from beyond the grave.

The Chalets, who will be on their best behaviour for Santa will be playing their unique blend of quirk pop rock.

The Freek, DJ Euro, DJ Long Body & The JZA (Skank Engineers) Willy Noodles & Teddy Edwards (Monkey Tennis)& others.

 

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