Unless you live in the western suburbs (note: for non-Perthians, that is the rich ‘hood) and the police give you a free pass to down two bottles of red and drive home in the BMW your parents gifted you at graduation, then getting home from Perth CBD after a night out can be a bit of a pain.
Perth is a strange little berg so isolated from the rest of the world and you “t’other siders” on the east coast that we’ve developed our own unique dialect. Seeing as my state’s sole love is to dig things up and repave roads, I imagine that in 10 to 15 years time, the city will be nothing more than a giant pit surrounded by cranes, perhaps in the shape of Clive Palmer’s scrotum.
Whenever we go clubbing, we’re bound to see peeps who seem to have some sort of X factor that gets them into not only the best parties, but get the VIP treatment. Then our green eyed monster appears, muttering to ourselves about how it’s always others that get all the breaks.
All bars and clubs try to outdo one another in service and to generally be the best bar place around, though it’s never been a flat out war as such. Whatever truce between these venues is now over; war has been declared and Perth‘s bar scene has become the battleground. Welcome to Bar Wars, a new monthly competition where four bars will compete to see who’s got what it takes to be the best!
Australia’s very own national holiday happens right in the middle of our summer, and on many previous Australia Days, it’s gotten real hot, causing a dilemma: to go to the beach to cool down, or go to a bar to drink up? If that’s caused you grief before, Paramount have a solution for you: their bikini and boardshort beach party right in the heart of Perth!
Get Weird is one of Ambar‘s regular events, but this one’s a “spasticated deviation” (their words, not ours) from their usual night as they got top DJs Feadz and Kito headlining a wicked edition of Get Weird. The fact their faces appear on Sphinx-like monoliths prove
All fans of Boardwalk Empire and the era of prohibition, fedoras and gangsters should head down to a night of glitz and mischief at the 1907 to bring in the new year.
Save all your crazy and strict New Years Resolutions at home and head out to Northbridge and let it all hang at Mint for a crazy night of fun and mayhem.
When one thinks of European dance music, usually the likes of Swedish House Mafia and David Guetta come to mind, not ’90s Europop groups singing about a bus named after their own band. How times have changed!