Over the weekend, Sydney folk got a dose of Melbourne’s vibrant nightlife, as Melbourne After Dark came to King’s Cross. The first of three pop up events run by Visit Victoria, Melbourne After Dark brought just a taste of that goodness to over a thousand punters through the course of the free event, with Remi, Saskwatch and more performing live.
The next event in the series comes through to Lefty’s Old Time Music Hall in Brisbane on Wednesday, November 29th, before moving on to Rocket Bar in Adelaide on December 7th.
Guests in Sydney dined out on food courtesy of Melbourne institutions Huxtaburger and Fancy Hanks, as well as Tonka and Coda’s chef, Adam D’Sylva. As a taste of what to expect in Brisbane and Adelaide, well, Sydney was a great way to kick off Melbourne After Dark.
For more information, visit www.visitmelbourne.com/afterdark.
Photos by Carlos Walters.
MELBOURNE AFTER DARK BRISBANE
November 29th (6pm – Midnight)
Lefty’s Old Time Music Hall
MELBOURNE AFTER DARK ADELAIDE
December 7th (6pm – Midnight)