General News: Plug And Play with a R2000 paid Gig

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What is Plug & Play?
Plug and Play got started last year at Café Arc but it was something bands have been doing for Centuries. It is Open Mic Nights with a face Lift, we reviving the Open Mic night that used to happen at the Nile Crocodile but just at The Zeplins Wonderboom. This year it works a little difrent 3 bands on the night and each band pays R200 for twenty tickets.
These tickets they can sell to get there money back and make a little bit of a profit or they can give away. There is an extra incentive for bands to play Plug & Play, every fifth week there will be a competition between the top four bands of the previous four weeks to play for a paid gig of R2000. How it works is the top four bands by 40 tickets each for R400. If they want to pick a slot they can by 10 extra tickets for R100.
The paid gig will happen on a Friday or a Saturday to be announced by the club.

Thursday 30th July
Cover R20
With Historical Screams, Twelve, Form and Function & Stratica.
Doors open at 20:00, band starts at 21:00

Other available dates are 13, 20, 27
The Plug and Play Month Final will take place on the 3rd of September.

• The sets are 30min to 45min long with 15min change over. RockingSa decides
which band plays first unless the band that buys ten more tickets for R100 can
decide which slot he plays.

• It happens on a Thursday Night. The first one will happen on 30th July.

• Just bring you and your instruments because you plug and play (drum set, Guitar and Bass amp provided). Also bring Snare & Symbals.

So Come and Jam For the Peeps or if you are a Peep come and enjoy an evening with Band that will make your work week Blues disappear. This Plug & Play is on a trail bases so come and See what is going on or you’ll be Missing out.

Email me at or phone me on 082 3922148

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