Posted by Amanda Vitartas
07. May, 2012
|May 11, 2012|
Sydney band SURES will be kicking their bubbly electro guitar riffs, sweet ’80s fluro and idiosyncratic melodies about the Espy Hotel. Supported by Split Seconds, Underlights, and Melbourne’s own Dirt Farmer with their pop-rock swagger. That’s four bands, for free; what more could a live music lover from Melbourne want?
WHEN: Friday 11 May, 9pm
WHERE: Esplanade Hotel, 11 The Esplanade, St Kilda
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