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The Jezabels & Their Musical Mates Went On An Anti-Lockouts Pub Crawl In Sydney

Written by Zanda Wilson on September 26, 2016

Last night, rockers The Jezabels gathered up a crew and went on a pub crawl through Newtown and Enmore, in solidarity against Sydney’s controversial lockout laws.

The band were joined by several musical friends including Lindsay McDougall, Paddy Cornwall from Sticky Fingers, Alex Dyson and his dad, The Annandale’s Matt Rule and more, as they met at the Courthouse Hotel and had an A+ time while supporting the Keep Sydney Open movement.

The Jezabels posted a Facebook live stream at the start of their crawl, with Dyson assuming the role of interviewer and chatting with various band members and guests. Dyson chats to drummer Nik Kaloper, who reveals that he was invited to join the band in a conversation that took place right there at the Courthouse Hotel.

We then witness Dyson’s dad do a shot for the first time (apparently), before various other guests do shots, followed by potato wedges in leu of lime wedges.

The final update was a killer photo of the whole group, captioned, “It was the blurst of times, it was the times of best. Shout out to #sydney, you’re incredible. None of us would exist without you. Keep your venues open.”

Catch that, below.

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