Posted by Amanda Vitartas
07. May, 2012
|May 12, 2012|
Queer indie disco Tomboy is back for a second time round, filling The Liberty Social’s warehouse atmosphere full of new-wave, pop-glitch, sunshine pop and early motown from Tomboy’s DJs. Being a friendly environment with like-minded individuals who just want to party and have a grouse time, Tomboy will be sure to make you smile once again.
WHEN: Saturday 12 May, 9pm
WHERE: The Liberty Social, 279 Little Flinders Street, Melbourne
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