Rolling Stone are thrilled to bring the fourth annual Rolling Stone Live Lodge to Melbourne for a second time in 2016, taking over the Workers Club in Fitzroy for three entertainment-packed weeks fromSeptember 21 – October 9. Located on the corner of Brunswick & Gertrude Streets, the Rolling Stone Live Lodge is a complete venue takeover, a living breathing bespoke bar open seven nights a week treating punters to exclusive live performances with a Rolling Stone twist, including artist Q&As and special guest DJs.

Tickets to the Rolling Stone Live Lodge are on sale at 9am on Thursday August 4 through Oztix. For a full run-down of the Rolling Stone Live Lodge events, along with ticketing details and up-to-the-minute information, head to rollingstoneaus.com/live-lodge

Following the success of the Rolling Stone Live Lodge in Sydney last year which featured performances from Briggs, Hockey Dad, Abbe May, Boo Seeka, The Meanies and more, the Rolling Stone Live Lodge brings the iconic magazine to life each year, shining a light on both established and up-and-coming local talents in the annual series. Past years have seen the likes of Slash on the same stages as Tonight Alive, Paul Dempsey, Seth Sentry and the ‘Future Is Now’ alumni Tkay Maidza, Delta Riggs andThelma Plum. A second artist announcement and special event program for the SONOS Lounge, will be released in the coming weeks.

ROLLING STONE LIVE LODGE 2016 – FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT

Tickets on sale 9am Thursday August 4 through Oztix

Wednesday 21 SeptemberFlyying Colours (Album Launch) w/ Contrast & Yes Sir Noceur
Thursday 22 SeptemberStonefield
Saturday 24 SeptemberHouse of Beige presents REMI (Album Launch) w/Man-Made Mountain & HAU
Sunday 25 SeptemberAn Intimate Evening with Jon Toogood
Wednesday 28 SeptemberKim Salmon (The Scientists Box-set Launch)
Thursday 29 SeptemberA.B. Original
Friday 30 SeptemberAlexander Gow (Oh Mercy) & Friends
Sunday 2 OctoberAPES (Album Preview)
Thursday 6 OctoberElla Hooper and her New Magic Band

Plus the Rolling Stone Covers Exhibition, showing for the duration of the Rolling Stone Live Lodge

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