He has “plenty of time to plan”.
Reclaim The Streets
If a giant turd in front of The Star casino wasn’t enough to persuade you, here are some damning figures.
Reclaim The Streets organisers reckon the Star’s lockouts exemption stinks.
Dancing from Town Hall to The Star, the mobile pro-testival proved Sydney is still willing to fight for its nightlife.
“The NSW government has deprived us of a dance floor, so we’re just going to have to dance in the streets instead.”
Mobile protest festival Reclaim The Streets returns.
The mobile street disco meets peaceful protest returns to Sydney December 12th for an even bigger event protesting the imposition of lockout laws by the NSW Government
Thousands of live music fans have taken to the sunny streets of Sydney this afternoon as a part of Reclaim The Streets festival to protest the current lock out laws in place in the city’s CBD which lock punters out of clubs at 1.30am, close bottle-shops at 10pm and stop the service of alcohol after
A street festival, Reclaim The Streets, is set to takeover Sydney’s lockout zone for one day to protest Sydney’s laws which lock punters out of clubs at 1.30am, close bottle-shops at 10pm and stop the service of alcohol after 3am. Billed as a “multi-stage mobile party,” Reclaim The Streets will start at the Hyde Park