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.
One of the most iconic live music venues in the country, Melbourne’s The Tote, has been left smouldering after a late night Molotov cocktail attack. Though the damage is minimal, a full police investigation is now underway. According to 3AW, the hotel (which is located in Collingwood) was attacked by an unknown suspect around 2am
Iconic Melbourne music venue The Tote will celebrate 30 years of live music in November with a month-long celebration of line-ups curated by bands, musicians and organisations including The Meanies, The Onyas, Gareth Liddiard, The Age EG, Inpress and Mess+Noise. Over the past 30 years, The Tote has evolved into one of Melbourne’s most influential
A documentary about the iconic Tote Hotel will premiere at the Melbourne International Film Festival this week.
Rolling Stone reports that after three months of lying vacant, Melbourne’s iconic Tote Hotel is set to reopen.