“It was about supporting a community initiative that we are passionate about.”
To cater for the “altered character” of Kings Cross since the lockouts came into effect.
“We are appalled.”
“It’s just sad, really. And slightly ironic.”
“He was unable to play his set.”
Do you remember the good old days?
“Yet another iconic live music venue suffocated by Sydney’s irrational lock-out laws and frivolous noise complaints.”
A tale of two cities.
Yep, the sun was still up.
“The current regulatory climate in Sydney and the inherent challenges therein have made it unsustainable.”
“It’s like Stoner Sloth all over again!”
“It is not only the concert[s]… it’s the post-event noise of patrons leaving the premises drunk and disorderly, late at night, which affects our sleep and wellbeing as residents.”
The NSW Government has told the venues to keep operating under lockout schedules.
Six police cars turned up and a woman was allegedly pushed to the ground while two men were handcuffed.
So long Bar Century, cheers for all the cheap drinks.
“SYDNEY, WHAT THE F**K IS HAPPENING.”
New legislation introduced into NSW parliament’s Upper House this week, proposing that Sydney venues that serve food keep their kitchens open all night, is already being seen as a potential killer to Sydney’s already ailing nightlife. The Liquor Legislation Amendment bill, reports The Daily Telegraph, would require bars and venues with restaurants to keep their