"This has been a difficult decision."
Sydney live music venue and all-round awesome hangout Goodgod Small Club has today gone one the market.
Co-owner-operator Jimmy Sing, who runs the venue alongside Hana Shimada, said the decision to sell was not a response to lockout laws or a financially-driven move, rather a personal one in an effort to pursue other creative endeavours outside hospitality.
“This has been a difficult decision but personally we feel it’s time to emerge from our beloved basement to explore other creative projects, perhaps involving a little more daylight,” Sing said.
“Goodgod’s foundations in a diverse music formula and open-minded vibe have endured and kept the place buzzing. Our recent months have in fact been some of our biggest ever - a testament to Goodgod and its community, and for that we have you to thank.”
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This week Goodgod Small Club will host Ecca Vandal (Thursday) and Koi Child (Saturday) among other gigs, with bookings from The Snowdroppers, Drunk Mums, Joy., Montaigne and more in the coming months.
The sale won’t affect any upcoming bookings, and for all details on upcoming gigs, see theGuide or The Music App.