Loaded Laneway 2018

Loaded Laneway will be coming to Canberra on the 13th and 14th of April! This over 18’s event is the first of its kind and was developed by local bars in partnership with the  ACT Government as part of the City Renewal Authorities plan for the rejuvenation of Canberra’s nightlife. 

The event will take place in the normally dumpster lined Verity Lane behind the Sydney Building in the City. They will transform the laneway into a vibrant and lively scene with loads of local DJ’s, food vendors and live music.  

An event organiser stated that over $100k is going toward this event in an effort to produce an active and diverse nightlife as part of the City Renewal plan. By cleaning up Verity Lane and making it its own attractive space for Loaded Laneway, this will inspire pride in the community and potentially make this an annual event.

The Friday night of the event will start at 6pm and go until 3am with an 80’s/90’s theme. There will be live acoustic acts and local DJ’s performing and transforming this small space into a spirited nightlife hotspot. 

The Saturday night Loaded Laneway, starting at 6pm and ending at 3am, is where the party will be. With electronica, house, disco and all the live dance music you could ever want, it is recommended that you bring your dancing shoes, you’ll need them.  

Tickets range from $16.75-$74.17, so get in soon as the cheaper ‘early bird’ tickets will go fast! 

Find out more through the Loaded Laneway Facebook or website: www.loadedlaneway.com.au

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