Sydney’s famed Annandale Hotel has been undergoing a revival of sorts under its new owner the Oscars Hotels Group, with their focus now turning on refurbishing the beloved live-music venue’s foodie credentials. As theMusic.com.au reports, Oscars Hotels have assured the renovated Annandale will “continue to pay homage” to its live music roots but the new
The Annandale Hotel
Sydney’s famed Annandale Hotel will shut its doors next week in order to begin renovations, cancelling all upcoming gigs scheduled for the beloved venue and relocating some shows planned for four months away to other venues. The news comes following an arduous year for the venue. As theMusic.com.au reports, The Annandale was purchased by the
It has now been confirmed that as The Annandale Hotel lives on so too shall the Rule dynasty, with the venue’s new owners Oscars hanging onto brothers Matt and Dan, who will continue handling live music bookings under the name of their company Music, Booze & Stuff. Music, Booze & Stuff, which also books nearby
The owners of Sydney’s embattled Annandale Hotel have announced today that as of next Monday, 2nd September the venue will be closed for business for due to circumstances outside of their control. Doors will once again be open from Monday, 16th September but in the meantime, several scheduled performances have had to relocate. A statement
Things have gone from bad to worse for Sydney’s Annandale Hotel, with the iconic live music venue broken into overnight. It’s been confirmed by Police media that a group then ransacked the entire pub, getting away with alcohol and cash some time after midnight. As a result, the venue has announced that tomorrow night’s Monks
News: The Rule brothers have confirmed live music will continue at the Annandale Hotel under its new management! #url#
Leichhardt Council confirms hotel to remain as live music venue
It appears the Rule Brothers worst fears may have come true, with The Annandale Hotel, one of Sydney’s most enduring live music venues, to be redeveloped into a residential development. The Australian reports that the hotel has now been sold to a residential developer, with the final documents required to seal the deal expected to
The Bronx recent 3-night residency at The Annandale Hotel was one of the last gigs booked by The Rule Brothers before the hotel went into receivership. Playing from 24th-26th of April, The Bronx was part of the end of an era for live music in Sydney. The significance of the moment was not lost on
Australia’s music industry leaders have now declared a winner in the feud that’s as old as our country itself – where is Australia’s live music hub? Well, according to recent figures from promoters and band managers, the numbers have been crunched and the cold hard facts speak for themselves – Melbourne is Australia’s rock city.
According to a listing on real estate agent Frank Knight’s website, The Annandale Hotel is now officially on the market in a receiver’s sale from the current legal owners Ferrier Hodgson, and there is now just under a month before submissions of interest close for the live music venue. Originally, the receivers promised that live
In the wake of news that the Annandale Hotel would be handed over to receivers, co-owner Matt Rule has spoken out against the local council, slamming them as “C#*ts” on account of strict terms that were slowly suffocating the venue. As you can see in the Facebook post below, Rule is pissed off, and for
After announcing yesterday that the embattled Annandale Hotel will be ‘back up and running‘ today, former owners the Rule brothers have revealed that the fate of the ‘Dale is now in the hands of Ferrier Hodgson, the same receivers who took over Sydney’s Sandringham Hotel last year. Earlier today Dan Rule informed The Music that
It’s certainly been an eventful few days for the Rule brothers, but The Annandale Hotel has announced via the Facebook page today that the venue will be “back up and running from lunch time tomorrow”. It was looking doubtful for the Dale after it was announced that they were facing financial ruin yet again. Owners
The Madden Brothers have been singled out by former NRL player and Shinobi frontman Eric Grothe Jr to help save the ailing Annandale Hotel. As reported by The Telegraph, Grothe is appealing to twins Benji and Joel, whose recent marketing campaigns have portrayed the brothers as local Sydneysiders. Grothe called upon the brothers for aid
Is this the end for the Annandale?
Want to get a few free beers (or ten) from The Annandale Hotel? If so, you’d better hussle your mates and vote for the pub’s bartender Paddy Cornwall and his band Sticky Fingers, whose song Caress Your Soul is in the running to win triple j’s Hottest 100. The Annandale Hotel’s promising to offer punters
The tale goes, that many centuries ago three best friends decided to establish a label, despite the poor cultural climate, in order to promote the best in Australian music. Fifteen years on, Ivy League Records still stands as one of the most respected and revered labels. To celebrate this milestone, those same three friends are
After news publications and social networks simply blew up with CCTV footage and images of two youths breaking into the Annandale Hotel last weekend, two teenagers from the area have turned themselves into police.
The above image is taken from a security camera at one of Sydney’s most beloved live music venues, the Annandale Hotel.