Keep Sydney Open Launch Political Party By Throwing Party At Kings Cross Hotel

7 June 2018 | 10:41 am | Staff Writer

Keep Sydney Open celebrate becoming a political party by throwing 'Party Party' launch featuring Roland Tings & Basenji.

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So you've heard Keep Sydney Open is now a political party, right? Then, of course, we should celebrate with a party, imaginatively titled 'Party Party'.

And Keep Sydney Open spokesperson Tyson Koh read our minds: "As champions of nightlife, it would be rude to launch a political party without throwing one."     

Held over six floors of Kings Cross Hotel on 30 June, which enjoys a 30-minute relaxation of the lockout laws, attendees will be able to gain Party Party entry until 2am and purchase drinks until 3.30am.

This particular venue has been affected by lockout laws and noise complaints in the past, but Party Party is bound to bring the noise with DJ sets from both Roland Tings and Basenji.  

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Body Type DJs will also be on hand to man the wheels of steel as will Luen Jacobs, while more are still to be announced. 

All proceeds will go towards Keep Sydney Open; for more details, check out the event page.