Sydney’s The Lansdowne Hotel has extended its licence to 5am, also allowing patrons to enter the venue after 1:30am.
The news comes alongside the announcement of international party juggernaut, A Club Called Rhonda on Saturday the 24th of August, when the licence will first come into use.
Sydney’s The Lansdowne Hotel have announced an extended licence and a show from international party juggernauts, A Club Called Rhonda.
A Club Called Rhonda is a one-of-a-kind Los Angeles-based party which facilitates a night of “highbrow hedonism,” bringing boundary-pushing artists to create a space of fearless gender self-expression.
Originally established as a monthly party in LA, it has since toured internationally to Canada, the UK, and Mexico, with a desire to abolish artificial social, sexual, and musical concepts in nightlife by bringing people together in the spirit of dance music’s roots. The event promises an abundance of glitter, lasers, and colours.
Today marks the first hearings of an inquiry into Sydney’s night time economy. The City of Sydney recently blamed the lockout laws for new figures which show that 500,000 less young people visit Sydney each year since the policy was introduced in 2014.
When: Saturday, August 24th 2019
Where: The Lansdowne Hotel, Chippendale
Time: 9pm – 5am
Tickets: $30 – $40