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The Push Inc & Arts Centre Melbourne present
We’re stoked to announce the September instalment of NEW SLANG, a series of monthly all-ages gigs held at The Channel, Arts Centre Melbourne.
This month we’ve got a one-off solo show from Georgia Maq – guitarist, writer and singer of much loved Melbourne band Camp Cope. Georgia will be joined on the night by Two Steps on the Water‘s June Jones, fresh from supporting Julien Baker on her recent East Coast tour.
This event is very very limited capacity. No further shows will be added.
This event will be AUSLAN interpreted.
6PM – 8PM.
THE CHANNEL, ARTS CENTRE MELBOURNE.
––– New Slang has gender neutral bathrooms, is wheelchair accessible, and is committed to providing an event that’s open to everyone, regardless of gender, race, sexuality, ability or financial status. If you’re experiencing financial hardship but would like to attend New Slang, please don’t hesitate to shoot us a message. –––
We would like to acknowledge that this event is being held on the stolen land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. We wish to pay respect to the Wurundjeri people and their Elders past, present, and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded.
Duration: 2 hours
NOTES Suitability: All ages The Channel is a new Arts Centre Melbourne venue. Please see the map for the location.
Hear from AFLW players and commentator Sam Lane : the panel will reflect on the efforts of those who campaigned for the womens’ league, as well as its unique diversity and position to make positive change in the game of AFL.
Sam Lane, Australian AFL writer and award winning journalist;
Emma Swanson, Australian rules footballer, playing for the GWS Giants in the AFLW;
Kirby Bentley, Australian rules footballer, Vice Captain of the Fremantle Football Club in the AFLW;
Aasta O’connor, Australian rules footballer, playing for the Western Bulldogs in the AFLW;
Elise O’Dea, Australian Rules footballer, vice-captain for the Melbourne Football Club in the AFLW
Where: Immigration Museum - 400 Flinders Street, Melbourne
When: Sunday 3rd Sept 2017 - 2pm - 3pm
Live Music. Rides. Skate. Roller Derby. Sports Zone. Henna. Flower crowns. Festival Face Paint. Yoga. Barre Sculpt. Clothing Swap. Wash Against Waste. Drumming Workshop. Temporary Tattoos. AWAG. Rainbow Space. Jets. + so much more!
SUNDAY 17 SEPTEMBER 2017
When: Friday Sept 22 2017 at 18:00–21:00
$3 SLIDE NIGHT for 12 - 17 year olds!!!
That means, for your $3 you will receive:
- Unlimited slides
- Photo booth
- Temporary tattoos
The Minus18 dance party is coming at you this school holidays! And it’s taken on one giant make over! Get ready to venture under the ocean for our Glittery Under The Sea Spring Dance Party!
Expect the sparkliest of queer performance artists, DJs from across Sydney and Melbs, dance competitions, treasure hunts, buddy booths and so much glitter you are going to be finding it in your hair for days!
Joining us from the instagram fame circle will be the legend CHILLI Phil who will be running a craft corner in the Cutie Space!
Tattoo artist Cynthia will be creating a live canvas artwork before your very eyes.
Pull out your Hello Kitty diary and jot down the date, tix and venue will be released super soon!
If money is a little tight this time around, contact email@example.com to chat about our special access tickets. Preference will be given to QTIPoC and trans peeps.
Catching public transport? Meet the Minus Crew at the train station at 3pm & 5pm. And the crew will show you how to get to the sparkly venue. They will also do a drop off back at station at 9pm.
Wondering what to wear? Take inspiration from our delicious theme ‘A Glittery Under The Sea Adventure’ and dress as your favourite sea creature, Nemo, merman or sea urchin! Or just come in your fave tee and cons - low pressure - very posi vibes!
Can’t wait to party with you all!
♥ Minus18 Crew ♥
MINUS18 DANCE PARTY - A GLITTERY UNDER THE SEA ADVENTURE
Tuesday 26th September
3pm - 9pm
Rubix Warehouse, - 36 Phoenix St Brunswick
TIX ON SALE NOW!
- Wheelchair accessible venue
- Auslan Interpreted shows
- Gender neutral toilets
- Free cloak room
- Drug, alcohol and smoke free event
- Under 18 event
- Free soft drink all night
- No passouts
- Security and Crowd Control present for your support
- Trained Youth support workers available all night
- This event is supported by the Victorian Government
Minus Crew will be at Brunswick Staion at 3pm & 5pm to walk people to the venue.
They will walk everyone back to the station at 9pm.
Presale Earlybird Online: $10* (on sale now!)
Presale Regular Online $15* (on sale now!)
At The Door before 5pm: $15*
At the Door Standard: $20*
* + Booking Fee
THE RULES OF MINUS18 ♥
We would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land this event will be held on. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, and present, and acknowledge that this land was never ceded.
THE LINE UP
CHILLI Phil - the instagram celeb will be running a cute as pom pom making workshop! If you’re lucky, he might even let you try on one of his special knitted pizza hats!
THE SPARKLE STATION - Visit the sparkle leaders and they will deck you out in a little or a lot of glitter upon arrival!
FACE PAINTING - Want some help turning into the sea urchin of your dreams? Let our face painters transform you into a rainbow mermaid/fish/sea otter.
TREASURE HUNT - Follow the clues that will lead you to different humans in the room. Find all the clues and win yourself a very special prize!
DANCE BATTLE - Ready to dance for your life? Enter our dance battle on the main stage to win PRIZES PRIZES PRIZES! You will have 45 seconds to wow the judges and be crowned legend of the dance floor!
COSTUME COMP - Ready to put together your best Under The Sea attire?! Winner of the Best Costume on the night will win a fresh hair do from Little Rebel Collective, Minus Bag of Goodies or a Kitty Hair Piece from Sarah-Jane Lysette!
BUDDY BOOTH - Want to make a new bestie/pokemon pal/soul mate? Poke your head behind the buddy booth and you could meet a fab new friend!
TO BADGE OR NOT TO BADGE - Want to let the world know your pronouns/identity but don’t wanna have that convo 10 times throughout the night? Grab a badge on the way in and wear your identity with pride!