Free music - Free booze - Free food!

You're invited to join us after work for a evening of FREE craft beer and cider, snacks, art, music and interactive workshops!

RSVP to guarantee entree to the event or swing by after work with your colleagues and friends. Priority will be given to RSVP entrants then first comes first served until we reach capacity.  We strongly suggest arriving early.

What you need to know:
1) It's free entry, plus free snacks, drink & entertainment.
2) All guest will need to check into the event via the Yelp App (available on all smart phones). No app, no entry.

FREE drinks, snacks and entertainment from:

- Vinyl Revival
- Young Henrys
- Good Freakin Food

FREE mini workshops from:

- Emma Grace
- Kirk Slywa
- Nicole Black

Artist exhibition by Maria Montes

To sign up for Yelp:
1) Download the Yelp app (Free and fast - get it before you arrive to speed up entry)
2) Register your account (Free and fast)

Use the hashtag #YelpMelbourne for a chance to win spot prizes on the day!

1 Response

George Altis
George Altis

June 19, 2016

I would love to attend and meet with fellow record collecting enthusiasts.

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