• Guns N' Roses, Metallica & Faith No More Tribute Bands @ Corner Hotel Richmond

    THEY SAID IT WOULD NEVER HAPPEN (Riot Festival Tribute) GUESTS: CUCKOO FOR CACA, KILL 'EM ALL + GnR THEY SAID IT WOULD NEVER HAPPEN (Riot Festival Tribute) THIS SHOW IS STRICTLY 18+ During the summer of 1992 Lars Ulrich and Slash held a press conference announcing the “They Said It Would Never Happen” Tour (Later referred to as the Riot Festival). This co-headlined tour featured the two biggest bands in the world at the time, Guns’n’Roses and Metallica, during their Use Your Illusions and Wherever We May Roam tours respectively. This now infamous 26 date North America and Canada tour also featured the up and coming band Faith No More as the opening act and was the epicentre of the 1992 Montreal Riot where Guns’n’Roses lead singer Axl Rose left the venue not returning after repeatedly throughout the tour being up to 2 hours late to take the stage infuriating fans and the other bands. At one show it also saw James Hetfield (Metallica singer / guitarist) receiving 3rd degree burns on stage after a pyrotechnic incident as well as being the point in time where both Faith No More (who left the tour early) and Metallica swore off ever playing with Guns’n’Roses again ‘if the tour ever ended’ What we are presenting is a recreation of this festival event with 3 of Melbourne’s premiere tribute acts: • Cuckoo For Caca – The Australian Faith No More Show • Kill ‘em All – The Australian Metallica Show • GN’R – The Australian Guns’n’Roses Tribute Show Ticket's are $33.61 which includes booking fee. Please buy tickets reasonably soon as this may sell out. Here is the link below. https://cornerhotel.com/gig/61480369440/ OK MEET AT THE DOOR AT 7.55PM. EXTREMELY STRONGLY RECOMMEND YOU GO TO PRECINCT HOTEL FOR DINNER BEFOREHAND FROM 6PM. GREAT CHANCE TO MEET PEOPLE FIRST BEFOREHAND AND SLIGHTLY GET TO KNOW SOME PEOPLE FIRST. PEOPLE COMING FROM PRECINCT HOTEL (INCLUDING JODIE AND ANDREW) WILL JUST BE WALKING UP THE ROAD. IF YOU CAN'T MAKE PRECINCT HOTEL FIRST PLEASE JUST MEET AT THE DOOR. Andrew's number is[masked] and Jodie's number is[masked] if you need to contact anybody. PLEASE NOTE THIS IS ON MANY GROUPS.

  • Dinner @ Precinct Hotel

    precinct hotel

    Spanning a colourful history in previous incarnations as The Greyhound established in 1852, rebuilt as The Depot in 1926, and then renovated in 2008 as The Precinct Hotel, this iconic building continues an ever-growing legacy delivering another amazing transformation in 2016 with huge courtyard, big band stage, intimate restaurant and open area bar all equipped with the biggest and best screens. Located amongst the hustle and bustle of Swan Street, opposite Richmond railway station and only moments away from sporting and entertainment arenas, The Precinct celebrates the best of Melbourne; from watching all the sporting action to enjoying live music every weekend and from experiencing incredible pub meals to hosting spectacular functions and events. Dinner will be at 6pm at a table booked under Jodie. We'll be in the dining room. My (Jodie's) number is[masked] and Andrew's number is[masked] if you need to contact anyone. Here is a copy of their menu. https://precincthotel.com.au/food-menu/ PLEASE BRING CASH TO PAY FOR YOUR MEAL, AS THEY DO NOT SPLIT BILLS. PLEASE NOTE THIS IS ON A MULTITUDE OF AND MULTIPLE MEETUP GROUPS. After dinner (at approximately 7:50pm) Andrew and I will be going on to Guns N' Roses, Metallica & Faith No More Tribute Bands at Corner Hotel Richmond, 57 Swan Street Richmond if anyone would like to come along and join us. Ticket's are $33.61 which includes booking fee. Please buy tickets reasonably soon as this may sell out. Here is the link below. https://cornerhotel.com/gig/61480369440/ Close to Richmond Station.

  • Elwood Blues Club with Bill Barber @ Fyrefly (Newmarket Hotel) St Kilda

    The Elwood Blues Club will kick off our Sunday residency at the fabulous Fyrefly on Sunday 12th May 2019. The Fyrefly is all class, fabulous dancing space, plush seating and great bistro meals available. Downstairs at the Newmarket Hotel, 34 Inkerman St St Kilda. Ample street parking for Sunday nights. $10 entry – gets you one free beer, wine or basic spirit. A new day for blues on the southside. Yeah.. Extremely optional jam from 5.30pm with show from 7pm. Andrew's number is[masked] and Jodie's number is[masked] if you need to contact anybody. PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT IS ON MANY GROUPS. ALSO FOLLOWING DAY IS QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY PUBLIC HOLIDAY.

  • Sunday Lunch at Spottiswoode Hotel, Spotswood.

    Spottiswoode Hotel

    I will book the table under the name of 'Ken/meetup' Spottiswoode Hotel have an amazing special of a $10 roast on Sundays. Even better is the fact that their roast is delicious. Due to this deal plus the fact that we get great service and its a nice hotel, we have been going here most Sundays for the last year. We think that the atmosphere there is good for meetup events and hope to enjoy it more in the company of other meetup people. The hotel is easy to get to by public transport being diagonally opposite the Spotswood Train Station which is on the Werribee and Williamstown lines. There is always plenty of parking in their car park on the opposite side of Hudsons Rd. Their standard menu is available at http://spottiswoode.com.au/Main-Menu.php but the specials are better value. The size of their servings for all meals other than the $10 roast is very generous. If you have one of their great desserts, you are best to share it. Please note that we have placed this event into several meetup groups so the numbers that have RSVPed here are not indicative of the number of people coming.

  • Optional Dinner then Optional Basement Comedy Club Comedy @ European Bier Cafe

    Come along first for optional dinner at about 6.30pm with Andrew and the extremely lovely Jodie. Table booked under Andrew. Andrew's number is[masked] and Jodie's number is[masked] if you need to contact anyone. The Euro’s extensive menu is designed to fill you up, no matter how hungry you are. Our Modern Australian cuisine is filled with classic pub meals through to gourmet options for those who want something different. With an additional tapas and pizza menu, the kitchen is always open for a lunchtime feed or a late night snack. Here is a copy of the menu. http://europeanbiercafe.com.au/menus/2018.10%20Spring/European%20Bier%20Cafe%20Menu%20October%202018%20Food.pdf Basement Comedy Club is Melbourne's newest, best comedy club! With comedians like Wil Anderson, Dave Hughes, Stephen K Amos, Dave Thornton, Fiona O'Loughlin, Celia Pacquola, Luke McGregor, Tommy Little, Nazeem Hussain and more having already appeared, it's the best thing to go to on a Saturday night! You wanna see people off TV and radio, every single week, along with the absolute cream of Melbourne and Australian standup? Then get down on a Saturday night to the Basement Comedy Club (downstairs at the European Bier Cafe)! * Choose carefully! There are no refunds. Also: Lineups are liable to change without notice. At around 7.45pm we can go down to the basement for the optional comedy. Cost is $20 with Special guests from TV and radio! Preferably book using the link below but it may be possible but somewhat unlikely to buy tickets at the door. https://www.trybooking.com/book/sessions?eid=263827&ses=1325481

  • SeaCircus28s with $4.99 beers & $5.50 basic spirits @ The Deck Frankston

    $4.99 beers and $5.50 basic spirits between 9 & 11. FREE VIP MEMBERSHIP ENTITLES YOU TO DISCOUNT ENTRY & 2 FREE DRINKS BEFORE 10PM. PLEASE USE THE LINK BELOW. http://seacircus28s.com.au/ Strongly suggest you come to dinner first at Grand Hotel Frankston from 6.30pm. My (Andrew's) phone number is[masked] if you need to contact anyone. On multiple groups too.

  • Dinner @ Mercadante Woodfired Pizzeria Carlton

    WELCOME Come in and see why Mercadante is full every night. Carlos has been operating this restaurant for 12 years delivering amazing food, attention to detail and service is second to none. Friendly staff behind the open pizza/oven, churning out hundreds of pizzas a day, each one lovingly decorated with gourmet ingredients, crafted with gentle yet creative hands. A boiling kitchen headed by the ever imaginative Chefs, tending to every request and need of the customers. Children and adults enjoying the atmosphere as much as the food, kids presented with a jar of texters to draw on the paper table covers while waiting for their meals.. If all this was not enough, Carlos promises a world of entertainment and tricks to any customer who is willing to be dazzled by his creativity. So to not give away too much of the surprises in store, we invite you to come in and experience the family culture and atmosphere, the culture that is Mercadante. Catering functions are available upon request. From $15 - $20 per head for kids, day excursions which include pizza and soft drinks to $50 -$75 per head for your next function depending on date and number of people (set menu). We will tailor the occasion to your requests. Entertainment is free! P.S. Make sure you leave some room for our world famous chocolate pizza. BOUN APPETTITO! Table booked under Andrew (Goodwin.) Andrew's number is[masked] and Jodie's number is[masked] if you need to contact anybody. Here is a copy of the menu. http://www.mercadante.com.au/our_menu.html Afterwards optional to come across the road for an 80s/90s dance party to Vodka Temple at 162 Lygon Street Carlton at 8.50pm. Here is a copy of that event. https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=486082

  • Brunswick Scottish Party and Dance - BYO drinks etc

    Fleming Park Hall

    A ceilidh (pronounced kay-lee) is a night of traditional Scottish dancing. Join with the Brunswick Scottish Society and learn how to do fun dances, and have some BYO drinks. Don't worry if you don't know how to dance -- the lovely people will teach you. This is the best $5 night you'll ever have! This is like a big party in a hall with BYO drinks, BYO glass/cup, BYO food and lots of Scottish Dancing. Most of the dances are like square dances with everyone being told or shown what to do. A few of the dances are similar to those done at ballroom places such as the Pride of Erin Waltz, Parma Waltz, Charmain Foxtrot or Evening 3 Step. Don't worry if you don't know any, they teach you. It finishes early, about 11pm, which is good as it's cheap drinks (BYO) you are probably best to use Public Transport. The 96 Tram gets you back to the CBD quite quickly. Some of us pop around the corner after and go to the Lomond Hotel on Nicholson St. The Lomond Hotel normally has a good band and dancing with free entry. Note: The number 96 tram just outside the hotel is one of the trams that is now running all night. FAQ: COST: $5 tickets at the door TIME: 7:45pm for an 8pm start LOCATION: Fleming Park Hall, 96 Victoria St., Brunswick East (the building just east of the Brunswick Bowls Club - 96 tram, stop #26. Note: If you end up at the tram terminus you have gone one stop too far. FOOD: bring food for the shared dinner - such as pasta, a salad, or cupcakes. DRINKS: bring your own + bring glasses/cups WEAR: plaid/tartan if you have it. It's not required, it's just way more fun! AFTER: drinks at the Lomond Hotel on Nicholson Note: This is being placed on a number of meetup groups and similar. We feel that having around 50 people dancing is quite good for this hall but recently had months with it going towards double this. Consequently we're now setting maximum RSVP numbers with the maximum being shared between groups. We monitor the total RSVPs over all groups and when we get enough people we cut off each group's maximum so that further RSVPs go onto wait lists.

  • Destroyer & Nightcrawler @ The Astor Cinema

    The Astor Theatre

    DESTROYER DIRECTOR Karyn Kusama YEAR 2018 CAST Nicole Kidman, Toby Kebbell, Tatiana Maslany, Sebastian Stan GENRE Drama, Crime, Mystery, Thriller, Action DURATION 121 min SYNOPSIS A police detective reconnects with people from an undercover assignment in her distant past in order to make peace. NIGHTCRAWLER DIRECTOR Dan Gilroy YEAR 2014 CAST Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Papajohn, Marco Rodríguez, Bill Paxton GENRE Drama, Crime, Thriller DURATION 117 min SYNOPSIS NIGHTCRAWLER is a thriller set in the nocturnal underbelly of contemporary Los Angeles. Jake Gyllenhaal stars as Lou Bloom, a driven young man desperate for work who discovers the high-speed world of L.A. crime journalism. Finding a group of freelance camera crews who film crashes, fires, murder and other mayhem, Lou muscles into the cut-throat, dangerous realm of nightcrawling - where each police siren wail equals a possible windfall and victims are converted into dollars and cents. Aided by Rene Russo as Nina, a veteran of the blood-sport that is local TV news, Lou blurs the line between observer and participant to become the star of his own story. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO COME ALONG TO ONE OR BOTH FILMS. ALSO PLEASE NOTE THERE IS 24 HOUR PUBLIC TRANSPORT ON WEEKENDS AND THERE IS AMPLE PARKING AROUND WITH MINIMAL RESTRICTIONS AT THIS HOUR OF NIGHT. ANDREW'S PHONE NUMBER IS[masked] AND JODIE'S PHONE NUMBER IS[masked]. MEET IN FOYER NEAR BOX OFFICE AROUND 7.15PM. LIKELY TO GO IN AROUND 7.30PM OR POSSIBLY A BIT EARLIER THAN THIS. PLEASE NOTE BEFORE THIS EVENT THERE IS MORRIS JONES IN CHAPEL STREET WHERE SOME OF US ARE GOING FOR HAPPY HOUR FROM 5PM. PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT IS ON MULTIPLE AND A MULTITUDE OF MEETUP GROUPS.

  • Happy Hour Drinks @ Morris Jones

    Morris Jones

    The weekend's almost here. Morris Jones Happy Hour - 4PM – 7PM Daily $12 Espresso Martini's/ frozen margarita $6 - House Beer/ House Wine ANDREW'S PHONE NUMBER IS[masked] AND JODIE'S PHONE NUMBER IS[masked]. CLASSY VENUE WITH ALMOST ALL FEEDBACK ABOUT THIS VENUE BEING POSITIVE FOR THE RECENT EOFY EVENT. WINDSOR STATION ON THE SANDRINGHAM LINE (ONLY 2 STOPS FROM SOUTH YARRA STATION) ONLY ABOUT A 3 MINUTE WALK AWAY. PLEASE NOTE THIS MEETUP WILL BE COMBINED WITH MULTIPLE GROUPS. Please note. At about 7pm, Andrew and I will be going onto the Astor Cinema to see a couple of films. There are Destroyer & Nightcrawler Everyone is welcome to come along and join us or stay on at Morris Jones.