Open for business.
Keep Sydney Open
“This week a Marrickville live music lounge was in discussions with police about whether they were permitted to have a mirror ball up.”
“It’s with absolute pleasure and insatiable delight that we officially announce the reopening of your beloved iconic jewel”
“Enjoy the one night of the year the NSW Government allows you to party lockout-free!”
“If we lose the Hordern Pavilion as a music venue, this city will be beyond saving.”
They want to know what you think.
“It’s time we get out there, take back nightlife and take back our city!”
“There’s more developer-driven fuckery afoot in Newtown.”
“It was about supporting a community initiative that we are passionate about.”
It’s called Meet Me In The Cross.
Yep, the sun was still up.
After the last rally was banned by NSW Police, Keep Sydney Open is back.
“We’re calling on you Premier Berejiklian, to meet with Keep Sydney Open and discuss real policy solutions for Sydney’s night time economy.”
“Premier, we’re not kids.”
“This time we’re fighting for our very right as citizens of NSW to gather on the streets and express ourselves politically.”
Bed time just got (slightly) later.
“We urge you to go to the venues in Kings Cross and help bring vibrancy and excitement to that iconic part of our city.”
A case against rally organisers will be heard in the NSW Supreme Court today.
It’s happening this weekend, and will be DJ’d by Flight Facilities.