In celebration of Sydney’s nightlife, activist groups Keep Sydney Open and Eastside Sydney will launch the full precinct party ‘Meet Me In The Cross‘ across seven Kings Cross venues on Saturday, July 1.
For $30, punters will be able to check out a full spectrum of live music and dance across beloved venues such as Kings Cross Hotel, The World Bar, Candys Apartment, Potts Point Hotel (formerly Kit & Kaboodle), Crane Bar, Jangling Jack’s and Sweethearts Rooftop.
The full line-up is yet be to announced, but it will include acts from Sydney labels Astral People, Future Classic, Elefant Traks and Lovebombs to Heaps Gay, Zoo Project, We Love and T1000. Tickets are on sale now.
“Kings Cross is the heart and soul of Sydney nightlife. We all know it has suffered in recent times, but the truth is venues are still kicking in the Cross — you can still see great local live bands and dance to amazing music,” Campaign Director of Keep Sydney Open Tyson Koh said.
The party follows a particularly rocky few weeks for Sydney’s nightlife, from beloved Regent Street bar Freda scoring a new late night license in mid-May to an unnecessarily “intimidating” raid on William Street venue 77 last Saturday.
Now’s a good time to get out there and show your support — and what’s a better way to do that then partying until the wee hours of the morning?