Gin Tins & Tunes

Four Pillars Gin is celebrating its new RTD gin drink with live music events across Australia.
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Published on September 22, 2023

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Summer has arrived early in Australia. We've already got more sunshine and heat than we know what to do with, and you might feel a need to get out and enjoy it. Dodge the heat and hit up Gin Tins & Tunes, a nationwide series of events from Four Pillars Gin that combine drinks, vivid beats and beloved venues, including a one-night-only launch party at Bondi's Beach Road Hotel, but more on that shortly.

But why? Well, Four Pillars Gin has launched its latest ready-to-drink gin drink, Navy Strength Gin & Ginger, and they want to celebrate with you. From Sunday, October 1, you'll be able to sip on the new can made with Navy Strength Gin and a bespoke ginger beer, alongside the rest of the Four Pillars Gin tin family – Fresh Yuzu Gin & Soda, Rare Dry Gin & Tonic and Bloody Shiraz Gin & Tonic – at Sunday sessions in beloved venues across the country, from Ponyfish Island in Melbourne to The Federal Hotel in Perth. Local musical talents will provide soundtracks, and every event will offer unique ways for you to grab a Four Pillars bucket hat.

The series highlight is the official launch party at Sydney's Beach Road Hotel on Sunday, October 15. It's quite the step up from your at-home gin o'clock session, and this particular event has more than just local musician talent on the lineup. Leading Aussie DJs like Late Nite Tuff Guy, Yolanda Be Cool, and Mell Hall will be performing throughout the evening to soundtrack your sips. Tickets start at $15 and include a Navy Strength Gin & Ginger and Four Pillars bucket hat, check the math, that's pretty good value if you ask us.

As mentioned, the main Gin Tins & Tunes series begins before the launch party, starting at Beach Road Hotel and The Federal Hotel in Fremantle, WA on Sunday, October 1. The following weekend will see the events expand to three more venues nationwide on Sunday, October 8: Newcastle's Merewether Surfhouse, Byblós in Brisbane and Ponyfish Island in Melbourne's Southbank. Then, the final addition, The Royal Hotel in Mornington, joins the fun on Sunday, November 26. From the opening Sundays, the respective venues will host sessions for another three weekends.

For more information on Gin Tins & Tunes or to book at any venue, visit the website.


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