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Queen’s Birthday Weekend @ The Grace Darling

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June 10, 2012
2:00 pmto11:59 pm
2:00 pmto11:59 pm

It is dear old Queen Lizzie’s belated birthday weekend, which means an extra day off for most of us. To celebrate, the extra day off that is, The Grace Darling Hotel is throwing a party this Sunday night.

An array of live acts will perform, starting at 2pm with Get Goggles Djs in the main bar, with resident act Staffans Songs performing in the underground cellar bar at 5pm. The main acts of the night NO ZU and Mildlife will kick off at around 8pm in the main band room upstairs.

So in honour of her Royal Majesty, or perhaps just because you can sleep in the next day, head down to The Grace Darling. The best bit of all, it is free!

WHEN: Sunday 10 June, 2pm-1am
WHERE: The Grace Darling Hotel, 114 Smith Street, Collingwood
WEB: thegracedarlinghotel.com.au/event/queens-bdy-eve-party-w-no-zu-mildlife-free-entry


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