SLAM : Save Live Australian Music

PROTEST RALLY THIS TUESDAY FEBRUARY 23RD

Despite ongoing talks with State Government, LIVE and/or AMPLIFIED MUSIC is still the trigger for high risk conditions on many liquor licenses. We march in protest. Our small venues and community must be protected, empowered and respected.

Come and celebrate the greatest music community in the world!

PROTEST RALLY THIS TUESDAY FEBRUARY 23RD
ASSEMBLE STATE LIBRARY, CNR SWANSTON AND LATROBE STS
ARRIVE EARLY, MARCH LEAVES AT 4PM…

See also : Music Doesn’t Make You Violent… Victoria’s liquor licensing threatens our music culture | Birmy Rocked By Noise Complaints, Mess & Noise, February 17 2010 | The Birmy Reborn: ‘It’s Not Shit Anymore’, Mess & Noise, June 23, 2009 (“From a reported Nazi haunt to an all-embracing party destination, Melbourne’s Birmingham Hotel has certainly come a long way since re-opening a year ago. Ahead of its one-year anniversary, LAWSON FLETCHER charts its unlikely rebirth.”)

The Arthouse | The Birmy | The Corner | The Curtin | The East Brunswick | The Empress | The Espy | The Evelyn | Northcote Social Club | The Prince

Cherry Bar | Ding Dong Lounge | El Joyero | The Hi-Fi | Loophole | The Old Bar | The Palace | Revolver Upstairs | The Toff In Town

About @ndy

I live in Melbourne, Australia. I like anarchy. I don't like nazis. I enjoy eating pizza and drinking beer. I barrack for the greatest football team on Earth: Collingwood Magpies. The 2020 premiership's a cakewalk for the good old Collingwood.
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