Posted by Taryn Hunter
25. Oct, 2012
|November 1, 2012|
The iconic Gasometer Hotel in Collingwood will be transformed into a cozy cavern of handcrafted textiles and lush beats for its upcoming festive night of music and art.
The Thursday night tunes will be supplied by local acts Lowtide, the atmospheric blend of dream pop and folk from Sleep Decade, beat-driven jams from live band Tonto and the garage drones of Melbourne’s supergroup The Psychodaisies.
Craft queens Pinky Square will be decorating the space with their textiles (including a huge tee-pee!), and projectionist Josh T will be lighting up the room with his digital art.
Tickets will be only $8 at the door.
WHEN: Thursday 1 November, 8pm
WHERE: The Gasometer Hotel, 484 Smith Street Collingwood
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