2015 has been a big year for the boys in West Thebarton Brothel Party. Releasing their self-titled EP with Mirador Records in July, the seven-piece has been partying hard with local shows supporting Northeast Party House, A Day of Clarity, King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard, Philadelphia Grand Jury, Vision Festival, and SA Music Awards, as well as touring nationally with local legends Bad//Dreems.
In what promises to be one of the most memorable shows of 2015, the guys are celebrating with a 'end of the year blow out' next Saturday night. With mates The High Beamers and St. Morris Sinners, five dollars is a small price to pay for what is going to be one hell of a night. Doors at 9, party at 9.01 - Ancient World capacity is very limited, so get in early.
When: Saturday 12th December
Where: Ancient World
Tickets: $5 at doors (Opens 9pm)
All images via West Thebarton Brothel Party
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