Sydneysiders are another step closer to being treated like fully grown adults
Sydney Lockout Laws
DING DONG THE WITCH IS DEAD
It’s part of a protest of the city’s vulnerable nightlife.
It includes a festival that hasn’t even had its first instalment yet.
“That law doesn’t exist any other place.”
One way to get around the lockout laws: start the party early!
The legacy of World Bar lives on.
Pour out a teapot of long island icies, fam.
*Evanescence’s ‘Bring Me To Life’ surges climactically in the background*
Calls are escalating for the controversial lockout laws to be axed.
But it’s not all good news…
“This week a Marrickville live music lounge was in discussions with police about whether they were permitted to have a mirror ball up.”
A temporary reprieve.
And it’s launching with a huge 15-hour dance party.
‘Agent Of Change’ laws hit Melbourne in 2014, and they could soon be coming to Sydney.
“It’s time we get out there, take back nightlife and take back our city!”
Taking the total up to 20.
“It was about supporting a community initiative that we are passionate about.”
To cater for the “altered character” of Kings Cross since the lockouts came into effect.