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An Old Favourite Rediscovered at The Lansdowne

It wasn’t too long ago we said our goodbyes, but the iconic venue is back with more than just a vengeance.
By James Whitton
May 09, 2017
By James Whitton
May 09, 2017

It was a sad day in the history of Sydney live music when the Lansdowne Hotel announced that they were shutting their doors for a final time. After years of giving a leg up to the lesser-known local acts and providing a stage for massive home grown artists like The Living End or You Am I, the Lansdowne Hotel called it quits for good.

And then two years later, the team behind Mary's swooped in to resurrect the iconic pub. In some of the best news all year, the Lansdowne has thrown its doors open again and stretched its welcoming arms to draw everyone in for a warm hug of pub grub, cheap beer and good music.


Image: Jack Steel.

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