All You Can Eat is collaborating with Sailor Jerry to throw something a little spicy your way this Friday, with a slew of some of SA’s hottest local acts.
Headlining the bill will be be alt-rock grungey outfit Larsen who were last seen at Punk Ass Kids on the 6th of July. DRUID FLUIDS will bring their psychedelic vibes on board, whilst the punchy Queen of Darts is guaranteed to do their best to tear up the joint. Up and comers and self-proclaimed ‘2002 Happy Shoegaze’ band Weekday Wolves will follow the aptly described indie electronica duo Water Park who are coming over from Melbourne just for the night.
Free entry before 10pm or get on a door list for cheaper entry throughout the night. That and $5 Sailor Jerry’s all night long, how could you resist? Sling the name of your favourite band from the bill at the door to put some money directly into their coffers.
The official Facebook event can be found here.
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