Archive for January, 2011

The Australian Museum – After Hours Sessions

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

Each Tuesday from February 1 the Australian Museum is turning up the heat and opening its doors for after-hours sessions.  Featuring the very latest in art, live music, dance, film and new ideas, Jurassic Lounge is the Australian Museum as you’ve never seen it before.

From dusk, Jurassic Lounge invites guests to explore the Museum at their leisure and discover an array of live acts set against the spectacular backdrop of dinosaurs, skeletons, and quirky Australian animals.

Kicking off the program on opening night will be a stellar line up of entertainment including a live performance by Daisy M. Tulley (Bridezilla), a silent disco featuring Lone Wolf, a performance from drag diva Maxi Shield, live illustration by Sydney artist Brad Robson, and a short film program from the Kino Collective.

“Flood, Sweat & Cheers” For Queensland Flood Cleanup Volunteers

Monday, January 24th, 2011

Carlton & United Breweries (CUB) will provide up to 4000 cartons of Great Northern beer to hard working State Emergency Service (SES) and Rural Fire Service volunteers to say thank you for their continuing efforts in helping Queenslanders throughout the flood disaster.

CUB Queensland General Manager Cameron Levick said it was a privilege to make the beer available to SES volunteers and Rural Firefighters who have assisted during this crisis in Brisbane as a part of its ‘Flood, Sweat and Cheers’ campaign.


“Thank God Its Monday” Industry Nights

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

Carlton Dry has come to the party again, announcing today the second round of ‘THANK GOD IT’S MONDAY’ industry night events.

Monday nights will be rejuvenated as the likes of electro-pop supremos Miami Horror, indie duo Philadelphia Grand Jury, rocksters Bluejuice and club favourites Bag Raiders take to stages across the country.

Developed as a reward for the hard working bar staff who regularly sacrifice their weekends to serve the public, these free events will hit Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in January and February.

“Carlton Dry is bringing the industry night back to Monday night”, said Vincent Ruiu, Group Marketing Manager Carlton Dry. “Working the weekend shift in a bar can be a frustrating scenario. While all your mates get to head out and enjoy the best gigs and club nights, you’re busy working. When Monday finally rolls around and you have a night off there’s nothing on.”

If you work in a bar, club, hotel, venue or restaurant, visit to get you and a mate on the free guestlist, plus be the first to know about Carlton Dry’s forthcoming “Thank God It’s Monday” events.

“We have enlisted some really exciting artists for Thank God It’s Monday, to ensure those working weekends are rewarded for their hard work and can experience great bands and DJs on their time off too.”

Stay tuned as Carlton Dry will be breathing life back into Monday nights throughout 2011 as more events with the very best entertainment will be announced soon.