Sydney Scores Vintage T-Shirt Market With Music Lineup Headlined By One Of The Dandy Warhols

Tell your mates they can cram their footy fever because there’s something wayyy more exciting than the NRL grand final going down in Sydney this Sunday.

Storeroom Vintage will be literally packing Frankies Pizza By The Slice from floor to ceiling with a stack of their dopest threads to mark the riff den’s first ever vintage T-shirt market (with a killer live music bill), to help you find sanctuary from all the meathead bogans roaming the streets of Sydney yelling “Up the storm!” and spewing in the gutter.

For starters, there’ll be racks from the Surry Hills-based label’s latest haul from the US, including thousands of unique all-vintage pieces with all-original prints for all of your classic rock, hip-hop, heavy metal, biker, booze and weed-themed tee needs.

Thanks to Happy Hour lasting from 4pm – 6pm, punters will also be able to get their tastebuds on house larger, pale ale, assorted spirits, wine and pizza for the insane price of $3 a pop.

And to cap it off, Dandy Warhols legend Brent DeBoer will be headlining proceedings with his psych-folk sideproject Immigrant Union, atop a mighty bill that also features local riffsters Devil Electric, Khan, The Desert Sea and Junior Danger.

As always, entry to the whole thing is FREE.

Official Facebook event here. Get in amongst it fuckers.


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