Posted by Alexandra Spangaro
14. Aug, 2012
|August 20, 2012|
Monday Night Mass is a new music night that is sure to get your heart pumping. Each week Melbourne music institution, the Northcote Social Club, is putting up three of Melbourne’s “loudest, brashest and most brazen” acts for free.
If you’re worried about your belly, don’t be there will be grub too, with parmas and veggie burgers being pumped from the kitchen until 9.30pm. So if Monday afternoon rolls round and you’re already missing the weekend, head to the Northcote Social Club to start your weekend early.
WHERE: Northcote Social Club, 301 High St, Northcote
WHEN: Every Monday from 13/08 till 10/08, doors open 6.00pm and bands starts at 8.30pm
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