Posted by The Events Editorial Team
30. Aug, 2012
|September 5, 2012|
Formerly known as The Priory Dolls, Warmth Crashes In have taken over music duties at The Tote on Wednesdays in September. Describing their music as having an ethereal to intense but always rhythmic and smooth sound, this is their first gig in Australia, and Melbournians should consider themselves lucky they got to see them before the rest of the country.
With different supporting acts each week, Warmth Crashes In will certainly liven up your Wednesday night.
WHEN: Wednesday 5 September, 8pm
WHERE: The Tote Hotel, 71 Johnston Street, (cnr Johnston & Wellington), Collingwood
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