The new owners and operators of the beloved Australian Hi-Fi Bars have announced the venue will be operating under a new name soon, with all future music bookings and social media marketing to be undertaken by promoters The Venue Collective. All three venues in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane will soon operate under the name Max
A buyer has been found for Australia’s three beloved Hi-Fi bars in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, after the venues were placed in administration last month. As Billboard reports, Hi-Fi administrators Romanis Cant have confirmed the Hi-Fi venues have been sold to Melbourne-based Max Watt’s Operating Pty Ltd (formerly Bar & Venue Operations Pty Ltd). According
All three Australian Hi-Fi Bars, the beloved live music venues in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney, have reportedly entered into external administration this week, leaving their future uncertain and likely to be determined in the next four weeks. Reports theMusic.com.au, documents obtained from the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) state that the Brisbane, Sydney and
UK Alternative Rock group, Young Guns, have unveiled dates and venues for their 2012 Australian tour.
Sydney’s upcoming new venue The Hi-Fi – the latest ‘Hi-Fi’ venue to join its Brisbane and Melbourne brothers, appears to be making good progress after photos have been revealed today showing its current construction. The new venue has taken over from where The Forum used to be; owner Luke O’Sullivan spoke to Daily SPA today
Great news for Sydney live music, the Hi-Fi have announced that they will be opening a new venue in 2012. The Hi-Fi Melbourne venue has been operating for over 15 years and in 2009 they launched a successful venue in Brisbane which opened with a free gig featuring the Drones. The owners promise the new