Queues outside popular nightclubs often stretched down the street, and in the days before mobile phones provided a convenient meeting place for friends. The queue shown here is outside the Monaco in Auckland, which opened in 1963.
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Reference: John Dix, Stranded in paradise: New Zealand rock 'n' roll, 1955–1988. Wellington: Paradise Productions, 1988, p. 5
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